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- adj. Without a wig.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having or wearing no wig.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without a wig; wearing no wig.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not wearing a wig
Tom, wigless and hatless, arrived after breakfast to say that he has hired men to remove all the costumes and paintings in the theatre to a safer location and to stand by with water buckets in case the fire reaches Bridges Street.
I arose with a shining pate, wigless, she in disdain and wrath, half buried in alien hair.
Alma stands barefoot and wigless in the upstairs bedroom with a flashlight.
Copley's portrait of him is unlike many of his others: Revere is very simply dressed, he is wigless, and he holds a teapot that alludes not only to his craft, but his political viewpoint, becoming an emblem of how increased taxes were strangling the economy in the colonies.
She was hunched over, wigless, without makeup, looking like a frail old woman.
The wigless Spector jailed last month is now serving 19 years for the murder of actress Lana Clarkson.
Does this wigless mug shot with the skull and full view shiny and everything equal the ultimate humiliation for this arrogant man?
American lawyers were never affected by that, and remain undifferentiated (and wigless!).
Behind the counter, tinkering with types, stood a man of about my own age, wise - eyed and wigless, his face as flat and round as the moon, his ginger hair tied back.
Lions licked blood-flavored ice blocks in the zoo, judges went wigless in court and guards at Buckingham Palace ducked into the shade.