Definitions

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  • adj. Without a chaperone.

Etymologies

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chaperone +‎ -less

Examples

  • Lord help me if I am also to be condemned as whore, a woman who walks hatless and chaperoneless with a man.

    Soul

  • Thanks to Lord Glendenning, they were well aware that not only was she living alone and chaperoneless at Burn Cottage, but that she was there without her family’s knowledge—that she had, in fact, been lying to everyone in her family for months now.

    LADY of SKYE

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