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- adj. Not having, or wearing a hood
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no hood.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no hood.
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Inmates practising paganism are allowed among their personal possessions a hoodless robe, a flexible twig for a wand, incense and a piece of jewellery.
A small man, barely five feet, dressed in a black hoodless cowl.
I'd hate for you to show up hoodless and befuddled due to late-night posting on a blog that -- at least nominally -- caters to folks who have evolved beyond your moronic white-privilege talking points.
However, if they are believers, then “Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda and Luke Skywalker all appeared hoodless without ever going over to the Dark Side and we are only aware of the Emperor as one who never removed his hood.” would more than justify an anti-hood rule.
“Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda and Luke Skywalker all appeared hoodless without ever going over to the Dark Side and we are only aware of the Emperor as one who never removed hishood.”
The Blue Moon was in a cement block building next to an empty lot with a cactus growing through the nose of a hoodless Ford carcass.
Sometimes there were forty or fifty cannibalized cars dumped in the lots, museum quality, a junkworld sculpture park—cars bashed and bullet-cratered, hoodless, doorless and rust-ulcered, charred cars, upside-down cars, cars with dead bodies wrapped in shower curtains, rats ascratch in the glove compartments.
We look more like Billy Bob, a hoodless member of the KKK, than we look like anyone on their way to the forum.
Since we were dead broke when I got the PhD, I didn't buy the hood or hat, and for years went to graduation hoodless and with an ancient, frayed mortarboard.
The engineless, hoodless car weaved crazily until it came to a halt not far from the road.