Definition of bareheaded in English:

bareheaded

Line breaks: bare|head¦ed
Pronunciation: /bɛːˈhɛdɪd
 
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adjective & adverb

Without a covering for one’s head: [as adverb]: he walked bareheaded in the beating rain
More example sentences
  • Very few of them, no matter how poor, are bareheaded.
  • At the end of Radford's film he shows us a bareheaded Shylock locked out of his synagogue and alone in the world, an alien being.
  • The men are dressed in shabby, quilted jackets; they are bareheaded and barefoot.

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