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ungloved

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈɡlʌvd
 
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Definition of ungloved in English:

adjective

Not wearing a glove or gloves: her ungloved hands
More example sentences
  • On his left hand, he word a russet-colored glove as his other hand, ungloved, carried a soft-sided briefcase.
  • The TV programme shows instances of even more unhygienic behaviour such as workers routinely eating straight from the production line and dipping their ungloved fingers into vats of cooked food.
  • He dragged a boot toe through the earth covering the fire, then thrust his ungloved hand into the ashes, grunted, and rose once more.

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