bareheaded for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD (beəʳhedɪd)
adjective [usu v-link ADJ, ADJ after v]
Someone who is bareheaded is not wearing a hat or any other covering on their head. ⇒ He was bareheaded in the rain. ⇒ I rode bareheaded. ⇒ One of the police officers was bareheaded, though in uniform.
One of the police officers was bareheaded , though in uniform.Lewis, Roy A TROUT IN THE MILK`Now then," the bareheaded officer called as he strode purposefully towards the barn.Lewis, Roy A TROUT IN THE MILKHe was bareheaded , coatless and soaking wet, but Amy could sense the crackle of his liveliness even from where she stood.Thomas, Rosie THE WHITE DOVEHe was bareheaded , and the noonday sun turned his red-gold hair to flame.Elizabeth Peters LION IN THE VALLEY