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- adj. Without curtains.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not provided with curtains. Opposite of
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without curtain or curtains: as, a curtainless bed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not provided with curtains
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I don't know if that's an invitation but I take it as one, leaving the curtainless window to sit beside him, our thighs gently touching.
The walls are a freshly painted taupe and the windows are curtainless.
Ellen stood motionless at the curtainless kitchen window, staring at the autumnal woods, looking for signs of the various animals that frequented her property.
He can't decide what to tell her of that glorious night: leaping up the stairs to his digs, Julia behind him, heaping discarded clothing, scooping papers, books, socks from the sofa to make a space, wishing he had fresh milk in the fridge; through his curtainless window nothing more than the slimmest rib of a moon to judge them.
She would make curtains for the curtainless windows, she had a moment ago decided.
The curtainless windows welcomed all manner of light into the room.
I choose to stand in the curtainless bain/douche* before trying to figure out how to balance shampoo, soap and a hand-held shower head so as not to flood the bathroom.
And enjoyed pretty much the same things, particularly watching interiors through the curtainless windows of the nice houses alongside the “grachten”.
On our walks together at night, before I leave for work, Herbie and I pass by this one apartment that's lit up and curtainless, which makes for excellent spying.
A shaving-glass, suspended to the fastening of a curtainless window, and surmounted by a rag striped by many wipings of a razor, indicated the only sacrifices paid by