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roofless

[roof-lis, roo f-] /ˈruf lɪs, ˈrʊf-/
adjective
1.
having no roof.
2.
without the shelter of a house:
roofless refugees.
Origin
1600-1610
1600-10; roof + -less
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  • We stop for lunch in the shade of a roofless guard tower.
  • More commonly, you will see roofless concrete shells, the ruins of communist-era collective farms or tractor stations.
  • All the weight seemed gone from air-roofless the room, roofless the dome of space.
  • On each side of a roofless patio is a ten- room jumble.
  • The so-called exhibition room remained a roofless shell.
  • The stone block remains of rooms were crumbling and roofless.
  • The patios, for instance, are roofless rooms that exemplify the indoor-outdoor quality of this style of architecture.
  • But there is that roofless open-air information center, offering a look at the past and the future.
  • Built of native stone, this roofless structure is falling in decay as the forest grows up around it.
  • The walls of two other barracks still stand, empty and roofless.

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