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  • adj. Without a scarf.


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scarf +‎ -less


  • The wipers squeaked across the glass, an arc of sparkling clarity, and she knotted her scarf and buttoned her coat and looked at the other cars—at all the coatless, scarfless, and hatless people luxuriating in interior automotive heating.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • As we took Miller and Pinter by taxi from appointment to appointment through the Istanbul traffic, I remember how we discussed the street vendors, the horse carts, the cinema posters, and the scarfless and scarf-wearing women that are always so interesting to Western observers.

    Freedom to Write

  • "I don't want to be talking about that kind of issue right now," a scarfless NDP MLA Top Stories

  • MLA Doug Routley, also among the scarfless, would not say if he supported James' Top Stories

  • Long-necked and scarfless and they're making a fucking stand, alright!

  • Let all those that bear the kerchief rejoice and let the Gods themselves regret their scarfless immortality tonight! "

    The Comics Curmudgeon

  • And then a few weeks later I was sitting (uncharacteristically scarfless) with a friend having a drink, when she suddenly pointed at someone walking past the window in a scarf, and scowled, "God! Why is everybody suddenly wearing their scarves that way, as if they're at university?

    Life and style |


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