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barless (not comparable)
- Lacking bars
1883, Richard Francis Burton and Verney Lovett Cameron, To The Gold Coast for Gold, Vol. II:
- The French have re-occupied a fort twenty miles up the pretty barless river, the outlet of a great lagoon; it was abandoned during the Prusso-Gallic war.
1922, Enos Herbert Glynne Roberts, The Story of the "9th King's" in France:
- Such an ardour possessed the men for the fight that in some it reached the pitch of fear lest they should arrive too late upon the battlefield and receive only a barless medal.
- Lacking a bar
2000 July 14, Done Rose, “The Grub Game”, in Chicago Reader:
- The regulars were left barless but, like the White Russians of Paris and the Cubans of Miami, they religiously awaited the day they could return.