with bare legs.
Found him in a straw house in the bush, barelegged, a white savage, all mixed up with flowers and things and playing a guitar.
A Son Of The Sun Jack London
Here a barelegged laddie, with the rudest tackle, has been known to hook a 30-lb.
Bonnie Scotland A.R. Hope Moncrieff
Then suddenly turning to face me, “Now I suppose you had nothing to do with this barelegged rebellion?”
The Span o’ Life William McLennan
I was barelegged and barefooted, having lost my slippers in the run.
Bentley’s Miscellany, Volume II Various
I came across a barelegged boy of ten, a ragged urchin, who was often hanging about near our house.
Knock, Knock, Knock and Other Stories Ivan Turgenev
Her garment was already high and free, for she, too, was barelegged like himself.
Day and Night Stories Algernon Blackwood
The barelegged men and women were as industriously taking advantage of the low-tide as if nothing at all were happening.
World’s War Events, Vol. I Various
The boys were thinly clad, both were barelegged and barefooted.
The Bondman Hall Caine
barelegged boys sit upon the parapet, dangling their feet above the rising tide.
Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece John Addington Symonds
See that group of Indian women and children away out there, barelegged, digging with their axes in the rock.
Two Years in Oregon Wallis Nash
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Just sufficient resources, with nothing to spare. For example, The room was furnished with just the bare necessities—bed, table, chair. This idiom uses bare in the sense of “mere, and nothing else,” a usage dating from about 1200. Contemporary Examples Each month, he receives ¥300 ($50) in welfare payments, an amount insufficient to cover the […]