(of a woman or a woman's item of clothing) Having or leaving the breasts uncovered,
(of a woman or a woman's item of clothing) Having or leaving the breasts uncovered
a topless dancer
a topless swimsuit
(of a place such as a bar or beach) Where there are women wearing such clothes
a topless beach
having no top; "a topless jar"
bare-breasted: having the breasts uncovered or featuring such nudity; "topless waitresses"; "a topless cabaret"
Topless is a one woman stage play by Miles Tredinnick. It is set on an open-top sightseeing bus and features tour guide Sandie revealing her personal life whilst pointing out the London sights. ...
Toplessness is the state in which a female has her breasts uncovered, with her areolae and nipples visible, usually in a public space. ...
lacking a top; Not wearing a garment covering the top half of the body; naked from the waist up; Featuring women that are naked from the waist up, often strippers or dancers; a convertible car having the top retracted or otherwise open
As the name implies, you will be expected to remove your top and the full breast will be exposed.
A glider without a kingpost. Topless gliders are generally advanced level gliders used for competitions and aerobatics due to their high performance and low drag.
When the convertible or hard top has been taken down or completely removed.