Topless meaning

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(of a place) Featuring women that are naked from the waist up, often strippers or dancers.

Only her closest friends knew that Jenny was working at a topless bar to help with college expenses.

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Having no top.

A collection of topless jars.

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So high as to appear to extend out of sight.

The topless Alps.

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Without a top.
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Designating, wearing, or characterized by the wearing of a costume, bathing suit, etc. that leaves the breasts uncovered.

A topless dancer, topless bar.

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Seeming to have no top; very high.

A topless tower.

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Lacking a top.
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(poetic) Very high, towering.
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(chiefly of a woman) Not wearing a garment covering the top half of the body; naked from the waist up.

The council voted to allow topless swimmers on the beach.

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(automotive) A convertible car having the top retracted or otherwise open.
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Origin of topless

  • From top +"Ž -less.
    From Wiktionary