- a having no feathers
the unfeathered legs of an Orpington
- s not having feathers
the unfeathered brood
- The splendid ostentation of these buildings makes their present inhabitants look somehow unfeathered.
- Once she got into teaching, and then into the deanship, Virginia kept Barnard-on-the-subway a lot like herself: unfeathered, serious, competent.
- He feathered it a while, then unfeathered just before we hit the German border.