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unroofed (not comparable)

  1. Not roofed, not having a roof.
    • 1955, Thomas Mann, Confessions of Felix Krull, translated by Denver Lindley, Signet, 1963, Book Three, Chapter VII, p. 254,
      Stone pillars had been raised, a number of them; they stood unroofed, forming a hall of pillars with only the heavens as ceiling, and on the plain beyond the sun was just rising, flaming red, over the edge of the world.
    • 2010, Lola Shoneyin, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi's Wives, Harper Collins, Chapter 9,
      Every eye watched Baba Segi as he barged through the door of the unroofed pit latrine.




  1. simple past tense and past participle of unroof