Definition of toplessness in English:

toplessness

noun

  • See topless

    • ‘I thought about asking him if he couldn't have done this himself, or at least with a shirt on, but decided not to risk him questioning my aversion to his toplessness.’
    • ‘Even his fabulous toplessness was not enough to make it worth watching again.’
    • ‘Armed with the map, Richard and a young French couple he has met (she: slender brunette, winning eyes, partial to toplessness; he: undeserving) set off to find the beach.’
    • ‘One probably should not, however, attempt toplessness too often amid booming lorries on the M25, as I did once before retreating under the roof.’
    • ‘The fact is, toplessness in a man is not equal to toplessness in a woman.’
    • ‘The sunny, warm weekend was filled with that special combination of friendly flirting, sincere helpfulness, and relaxed toplessness that characterizes the festival every year.’
    • ‘There are certain genres in which viewers have a right to expect gratuitous toplessness, and Dirty Deeds belongs to one.’
    • ‘Only one, Plage Crawen, is completely clothing optional but toplessness is pretty standard even around hotel swimming pools.’