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  • adj. Not wearing a shirt; shirtless


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  • For me, the inauguration of George W. Bush as president ushered in a period I can only describe as unshirted hell.

    Heart of a Patriot

  • Ike said he wanted Flemming “to call in whoever was responsible and give him unshirted hell.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • He was being asked if he and his column would raise unshirted hell if Kemp-Roth were jettisoned.

    Bob Novak, Truth Seeker

  • Over the weekend, any one of 50 weekends, the press would be all over him, giving him unshirted hell.

    December 2006

  • Eisenhower was so angry that he called 10 Downing Street and personally gave Eden “unshirted hell.”

    The Prize

  • If the Iranians say, sink an American carrier during the Barack Administration, Obambi will unleash unholy, unshirted hell on them.

    Joe Klein's scurrilous meltdown.

  • Minow gave the broadcasters unshirted hell for not doing more to serve the public interest.

    Journalism Then and Now

  • When he had his trucking reform bill explained to the Teamsters Union, according to the respected journalist, John Osborne, "it raised unshirted hell."

    President Ford: Removing The Shackles

  • This Doberman raised unshirted hell if so much as a shadow stirred a block away.

    Linking up with the Chapala Lakeside: to rent or buy?

  • As I said, I got unshirted (ph) hell for making that speech initially on 9/10, saying these guys were not doing anything about terror.

    CNN Transcript Mar 24, 2004


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