skinless

[ skin-lis ]
/ ˈskɪn lɪs /

adjective

deprived of skin: a skinless carcass.
(of frankfurters or sausages) having no casing.

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Origin of skinless

First recorded in 1300–50, skinless is from the Middle English word skinles. See skin, -less
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