All Adjective Noun
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  • These are made of all colors, and they wear collarless jackets of the same material. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 16, Ed. by Blair and Robertson
  • The neck is still collarless and cut round, the space filled in with a necklace. Cited from Woman as Decoration, by Emily Burbank
  • She had never seen a male, collarless, bellowing about the house for his laundry. Cited from The Defenders of Democracy by The Militia of Mercy
  • The braces hung from his shoulders upon the floor, his collarless shirt had fallen a little open. Cited from The Pawns Count, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • A tight, collarless, heavy-duty short-sleeved jacket of red or blue color.
  • To have him open the door collarless and in shirt-sleeves is scarcely worse! Cited from Etiquette, by Emily Post
  • He was collarless and hatless, his linen was dirty, and there was blood upon his hands. Cited from The Country of the Blind, And Other Stories, by H. G. Wells
  • The collarless jacket was dark blue with sky blue cuffs and red trim.
  • A man, collarless and half dressed, in carpet slippers, opened the door after a few moments' waiting. Cited from The Tempting of Tavernake, by E. Oppenheim
  • His arms were bare, his brick-red shoulders showed above a collarless and ragged flannel shirt. Cited from The Sagebrusher, by Emerson Hough
  • He was in his shirt-sleeves, collarless: and it was plain that he had been drinking heavily. Cited from The Adventures of Sally, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • His collarless shirt was open at the neck and his sleeves were rolled up above the elbow. Cited from The Fortunate Youth, by William J. Locke
  • It was collarless and had an opening in front.
  • They wear also a loose collarless jacket with tight sleeves, whose skirts reach half way down the leg. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 16, Ed. by Blair and Robertson
  • A collarless wool or cotton white, grey or light green under shirt was worn under the tunic.
  • It was collarless and her hair was done high on her head so that little locks escaped from the pins and rested on her white neck. Cited from Mary Rose of Mifflin, by Frances R. Sterrett
  • He was now in a very old suit, flannel-shirted and collarless, so that at first she did not recognise him. Cited from Sisters, by Ada Cambridge
  • He went about in the morning in his brownish jersey and his khaki trousers, collarless, his bare neck showing. Cited from England, My England, by D.H. Lawrence
  • She had taken off her high, close neckwear, and the wanness of her throat showed above a collarless shirt-waist. Cited from A Touch Of Sun And Other Stories, by M. Foote
  • The women wear a collarless and sleeveless cloth to cover them from the shoulders to the knees.
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Meaning of collarless

  • adjective Without a collar