Several hundred men, however, were dismounted, and totally unarmed and unequipped.
The Center was mechanical, and unequipped to hear complaints.
All these terms lead to mixed and indefinite ideas, and leave him unequipped for the clear expression of color qualities.
As a national park, though undeveloped and unequipped as yet, Lassen has many charms besides its volcanic phenomena.
Other unequipped boys could go in their ordinary "best clothes," but William could not; for, alack!
Then I knew that I had set out strange countries for to see, and that I was all unequipped for so distant a voyage.
In borrowing White's unequipped horses we may add one hundred hussars.
The left-hand side of this frame is the line or protector side, but the portion toward the observer in this picture is unequipped.
Good men, some animated by the partisan spirit, it is true, earnest in their beliefs—but unequipped with the long vision.
1520s, from Middle French équiper "to fit out," from Old French esquiper "fit out a ship" (12c.), probably from Old Norse skipa "fit out a ship," from skip "ship" (see ship (n.)). Related: Equipped; equipping. Spanish and Portuguese esquipar are from French.