bareheaded bareheaded


  • (adj) having the head uncovered


  1. Signs for His and Hers checkout lanes in Kota Baharu's supermarkets ensure no unseemly contact takes placealthough the models on boxes of hair dye remain bareheaded.
  2. No one ventures above ground without his flak jacket and helmet, although most Marines carry their helmets and go bareheaded in order to hear incoming shells better.
  3. The finely dressed mixed with the ragged, the bearded and turbaned with the clean-shaven and bareheaded.


  • China enacts new visa regulations

    China celebrated its national day on Oct. 1. The new leadership stood bareheaded, in a pouring rain, to lay flowers and observe a national minute of silence at the Monument to the Heroes of New China.
    on October 16, 2013     Source: Small Business Times


  • Ebadi argues that then -- as now -- "a sizable number of Iranian women would have gone bareheaded if given the freedom to choose."
    on May 22, 2006 By: Shirin Ebadi Source: RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

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