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- adj. Not roofed, not having a roof.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unroof.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Stripped of a roof, or similar covering.
- adj. Not yet roofed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not provided with a roof.
- Deprived or stripped of a roof.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no roof
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In a British stadium, the 'terraces' = the unroofed tiers around the football pitch (should I say the 'soccer' pitch) for the spectators.
St James's Park, Exeter You've got an unobstructed view from the upper storey windows of houses on St James Road behind the open unroofed terrace.
When Buckland arrived at the studio, he found an unroofed wooden platform, two feet off the ground, and the adjoining barn.
(When I spoke to Atchison, she had recently extracted three big cats from a five-by-ten-foot unroofed pen just eight feet high and on a lot behind an elementary school.)
At about 11 a.m. on May 19, a day when the Arizona sun had driven the temperature to 108 degrees, she was parked outdoors in an unroofed, wire-fenced holding cell while awaiting transfer to another part of the prison.
In a British stadium, the 'terraces' = the unroofed tiers around the football pitch should I say the 'soccer' pitch for the spectators.
Myra backed up several feet as soldiers poured out looking for the fiend who had unroofed their home.
The later 60x30 feet alley tended to be free standing and typically unroofed.
He addressed himself to the God of his fathers; and when he did so, the little rude and unroofed chapel, which now held almost all his race but himself, rushed on his recollection.
Open a random door, expecting to find an interior, and step instead into an unroofed courtyard, overgrown with grass; the door only separates one exterior from another.