from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being bareheaded.
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He appears casually powerful in his sumptuous steel suit, casually humble in his bareheadedness.
Her skin was a great trial to her, it burned so easily; and she hated wrapping herself in under broad brims and thick veils when the feeling of bareheadedness was so delightful.
With his fellow skipper's famous bareheadedness ravaging his enterprise, Webb had Cavanagh run up two fine custom hats and hurried to the White House to give one to the President and one to Kennedy's long-time friend, a businessman named Red Fay.