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coverless (not comparable)
- Without a cover or covers.
- 1949 June 8, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], “Chapter 4”, in Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Novel, London: Secker & Warburg, →OCLC; republished [Australia]: Project Gutenberg of Australia, August 2001:
- Beside the window the enormous bed was made up, with ragged blankets and a coverless bolster.
- 2007 January 21, Anne Eisenberg, “The Turntables That Transform Vinyl”, in New York Times:
- And it has a sturdy dust cover, unlike the coverless Ion. The Audio-Technica’s tone arm comes assembled and can be set to raise and lower itself from the turntable automatically