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bare

Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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But it was just like Ellen, he felt, to have rushed in bareheaded, carrying the boy in her arms, and to have dazzled poor Mrs.
Do you usually stride out of your windows like that, bareheaded and muttering to yourself?
Arrived here, he stood for a moment in the middle of the road, bareheaded.
In a few days," he answered, standing bareheaded upon the pavement.
He was a little man, in patched overalls; bareheaded, with a cotton shirt open at the throat and down the chest.
Bareheaded, he stood in the sun and prayed aloud--the mysterious figure of the inevitable white man, who, with Bible, bullet, or rum bottle, has confronted the amazed savage in his every stronghold.
While recollections of many a noble picture were still passing through his mind, he was startled by the sudden appearance of a bareheaded woman on the terrace steps.
Presently Anne stepped out bareheaded into the chill autumn dusk; very determinedly and steadily she took her way down through the sere clover field over the log bridge and up through the spruce grove, lighted by a pale little moon hanging low over the western woods.
In this cold and darkness there went along the street a poor little girl, bareheaded, and with naked feet.
He discovered that he was going bareheaded down Regent Street.
I shouted, when I thought it was meet to arouse Maud; but this time I shouted in merriment as I danced about the beach, bareheaded, in mock despair.
He told me, no, that he was bareheaded like myself.