from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without bark (the tree covering).
- adj. That does not bark.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of bark.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of bark.
Docile and chill though probably due to kennel cough, giardia, and a respiratory infection, Peanut Butter has been a dreamboat - barkless, crate-trained, doesn't chew, and, so far, housebroken.
So we voted for a barkless watchdog, hopefully better than nothing.
My wife had had more than her fill of barking dogs in the house back when her sister lived with us, and when she found out about these barkless dogs, she said, "That's the dog for us."
Sometimes they stop you and ask you what kind of dogs these are, and you explain to them that these are basenjis, the African barkless dogs.
Our dog Ira was huddled up by the front door and, for once, the annoying yip yapper was barkless.
Really barkless, not interesting bark, this stump planter offers lots of nooks and crannies that create shadow art.
Just look what the queens did with the barkless basenji.
It stood near the window; its thick trunk, barkless, with a rotten heart, prevented the light from entering the room; the bent, black branches, devoid of leaves, stretched themselves mournfully and helplessly in the air, and shaking to and fro, they creaked softly, plaintively.
"She was barkless," said Ms. Diamond, a believer in gay-animal rights.
On our way back we passed the bleaching trunks and limbs of several ranks of barkless oaks lying side by side, some squared by the hatchet, perhaps sold, for there were large letters and Roman numerals traced upon them in red chalk.