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- adj. not wearing or not possessing a belt
- adj. which doesn't require a belt
- adj. not wearing a seatbelt
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. lacking a belt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking a belt
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When they returned to Ajijic, they were dressed in beltless, baggy cutoffs that hung down around their hips, torn t-shirts, a baseball cap worn to the side over doo rags, and dirty Nikes with untied laces that dragged on the dusty ground.
They DO head space on the belt rather than on the shoulder of the cartriges like beltless cartriges do.
I truthfully can't say that any of my beltless rounds feed any more smoothly but I agree in theory that they should.
Forty-five minutes later he met me at his front door, wearing a muscle shirt and tennis shoes and beltless slacks that hung low on his hips.
I'm tired of walking through scanners barefoot and beltless.
An emotionally shattered Bernie is led to the dock, gaunt, unshaven, beltless.
He wore shined needle-point boots and a long-sleeve print shirt tucked inside beltless white golf slacks; the hair on his chest grew onto the ironed-back lapels of his shirt.
I turned and saw a pudgy guy wearing a dirty T-shirt under a shopworn sport jacket and beltless blue jeans hunched under a sagging gut.
President Obama's strategy, you may recall, when asked on MTV last year to comment about a municipal ban on 'saggy-pants', the low-slung trousers designed to echo the beltless clothes of prisoners.
Maybe it should be banned, like smoking or seat-beltless driving!