Adjective "barelegged" definition and examples

(Barelegged may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈberleɡəd//ˈbɛrlɛɡəd/

Definitions and examples

adverb & adjective

With one's legs uncovered by clothing.
  1. 'And, can I go to work in the office, barelegged in strappy stiletto sandals with red painted toenails?'
  2. 'She was a barelegged kid of about eight or nine dressed in a raggedy polka dot dress.'
  3. 'Hanes No Hose allows femme fatales to go barelegged in sexy, strappy open-toe shoes while offering girdle-like control to just above the knee or below the lower calf.'
  4. 'Though a barelegged trend is now popular amongst younger women, hosiery is still common in offices and places where formal dress is required.'
  5. 'She has never worked barelegged while hosting Entertainment Tonight.'
  6. 'This may be Yorkshire, but he is no barelegged savage.'

More definitions

1. with bare legs.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be barelegged."