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- adj. Wearing nothing on the feet; barefoot.
- adv. Wearing nothing on the feet; barefoot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the feet bare.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the feet bare.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without shoes
- adv. without shoes on
It will be noticed, that the retainers guarding the exterior and entrance are barefooted, which is a mark of respect in honour of the rank of the culprit, and of the solemnity of the occasion.
Running aft, barefooted and barelegged, the rainwater dripping from his scant clothing, the mate displaced the black at the wheel.
Not only did he not wear pants, and was barefooted and barelegged, but about his middle, just like any black, he wore a brilliant-coloured loin-cloth, that, like a kilt, fell nearly to his sunburnt knees.
A few minutes later a barefooted native girl padded in and shook her head.
It was a world-penance for a world to see, and paltry indeed it made appear that earlier penance, barefooted in the snow, of an emperor to a pope for daring to squabble over temporal power.
The blinds were always down, and her barefooted tribe was never permitted to enter the sacred precinct save on state occasions.
The baron, shivering barefooted, pulled out his watch.
That this barefooted beachcomber should possess such high-sounding dignity was inconceivable.
They were not "down there" and they had walked barefooted "up north".
The mobs who confronted Baha'u'llah as He was forced to walk in chains, barefooted and bareheaded, from Niyavaran to Tehran jeered him just as the mob jeered Christ on his lonely, cross-burdened walk.