Is bare hand one word?

“Barehand.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster,

What is the meaning of barehand?

1 : without gloves. 2 : without tools or weapons fight an animal bare-handed.

Why do linemen not get electrocuted?

A live line worker is electrically protected by insulating gloves and other insulating equipment, and carries out the work in direct mechanical contact with live parts. The barehanded approach has a live line worker performing the work in direct electric contact with live parts.

How do you spell bare hands?

With one’s hands but without tools, weapons, or other implements. For example, Jean assembled the new stove with her bare hands. This phrase, first recorded in 1604, extends the literal meaning, “with uncovered (that is, without gloves) and hence unprotected hands,” to “unaided by implements.”

What does it mean to be bareheaded?

Definition of bareheaded : without a covering for the head went bareheaded in the hot sun a bareheaded boy who had lost his cap.

Does bare face mean no makeup?

barefaced adjective (WITHOUT MAKEUP) not wearing any makeup (= colored substances used on your face to improve or change your appearance): She still looks like a teenager when she’s barefaced and ponytailed.

Why do people throw shoes tied together over power lines?

In some neighborhoods, shoes tied together and hanging from power lines or tree branches signify that someone has died. The shoes belong to the dead person. The reason they are hanging, legend has it, is that when the dead person’s spirit returns, it will walk that high above the ground, that much closer to heaven.

What’s another word for unsmiling?

What is another word for unsmiling?

serious solemn
sedate staid
stern sober
humourlessUK humorlessUS
earnest uncomic

What is bareheaded photo?

self-taken picture. [Slang];[Fam.] be out of the picture. exp. disappear ; be absent; leave (temporary or for good)

What do you call a person without makeup?

barefaced (WITHOUT SHAME) barefaced (WITHOUT MAKEUP)

How do you spell bare face?

“Bareface.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster,