The veranda, roofless and open to the bitter blue sky where the seasonal gu rains sputter, serves as a makeshift neonatal ward.
An entire section of the roof ripped off, leaving passengers exposed as though sitting on the top deck of a roofless tour bus.
Four hundred and fifty houses were utterly destroyed, 10,000 inhabitants were roofless, nearly 2000 were killed or wounded.
They had gained one of the roofless halls, when he encountered Balthazar.
Another figure played a prominent part within these roofless halls.
There it was—that roofless cottage—that tholthan under the deep trees like a dungeon.
Before it foundations could still be traced; and above, a rectangle of windowless stone walls survived, roofless and desolate.
Here in the Sierras we live in a wickiup, a sort of a roofless wigwam.
It stands, a mere shell, roofless and crumbling, at the foot of the southern hill.
The chapel on the hill yonder must even then have been roofless and in decay.