• WordNet 3.6
    • adj gloveless devoid of gloves
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In literature:

The Story Girl wore her school print dress and hat also, and was gloveless and heavy shod.
"The Golden Road" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Miss Vance noticed that his usually neat cravat was awry and his hands were gloveless.
"Frances Waldeaux" by Rebecca Harding Davis
And to be sure, Selma, in that simple costume, gloveless, with dusty shoes and blown hair, did look very much out of place.
"The Conflict" by David Graham Phillips
Her left hand lay gloveless, and of the four rings on her third finger one was a wedding-ring.
"The Quest of the Golden Girl" by Richard le Gallienne
Then I remembered that I was hatless, stickless, gloveless.
"The Brother of Daphne" by Dornford Yates
Even her small, finely-shaped hands, gloveless as they were, had not lost their whiteness.
"The Queen of Hearts" by Wilkie Collins
Before he called out to the lodge keeper, Bonner impulsively drew her gloveless hand to his lips.
"The Daughter of Anderson Crow" by George Barr McCutcheon
She carried a stick in her gloveless hand.
"Uncle Silas" by J. S. LeFanu
But what about the gloveless little hands and the untidy neck and throat?
"The Rebel of the School" by Mrs. L. T. Meade
Presently she rested her elbows on her knees and propped her chin with her gloveless hands.
"Visionaries" by James Huneker

In news:

Microsoft Develops 'Digits' An Amazing 3D Gloveless Sensor.
FOR THE SECOND consecutive year, temperatures in the 50s (thank you, global warming) helped draw large, appreciative and gloveless crowds to Broad Street for the Jenny Craig Mummers Parade.