Definition of unsheltered in English:

unsheltered

Syllabification: un·shel·tered
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈSHeltərd
 
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adjective

Not sheltered or protected: I’m standing in the freezing rain at an unsheltered bus stop
More example sentences
  • Never have I driven in such a wind, for a large part until the route brings one into Newcastle city the road is unsheltered from the sea and we took a sustained battering from heavy sidewinds.
  • Until an accurate means of counting both sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons is implemented nationwide, we won't have any way of assessing who is chronically homeless and if and how they are being helped.
  • It is holding 360 captured fighters in Kandahar in an unsheltered stockade, exposed to the bitter winter cold.

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