- deprived of skin: a skinless carcass.
- (of frankfurters or sausages) having no casing.
Origin of skinless
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Examples from the Web for skinless
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts that are actually delicious and moist, rather than kind of dry and tasteless.The 2012 Holiday Kitchen Gift Guide
December 13, 2012
Only one other person knew that I was skinless, and she, alas, was skinless too.The Debit Account
That is inevitable, for we are the only skinless men and, therefore, irresistible.Rastignac the Devil
Philip Jos Farmer
Such a man, skinless and bilious, was ill qualified to join in the rough game of politics.Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)
Anything that hinted at love for the moment alarmed her; it was as much an infliction to her as the rubbing of a skinless wound.Night and Day
He has recently invented a skinless grape and a watermelon that is all heart, and is quite the cleverest man in the business.The So-called Human Race
Bert Leston Taylor
Word Origin and History for skinless
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