One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘And so you don't ruin all your hard work, go shoeless for at least an hour.’
- ‘He says he goes shoeless practically all the time - even in the winter, when he's been known to shovel snow barefoot.’
- ‘I was never a junkie, I was never shoeless and selling my mom's car to a Gypsy.’
- ‘Their rooms are called cells, they eat very little, and agree to vows of poverty symbolized by the simple sandals they wear; for, technically, Carmelites are shoeless or discalaced.’
- ‘Not long before my mother died, my sister found her wandering on a rainy day, shoeless and senile in the middle of millionaire ghetto Hampstead, where she lived.’
- ‘An unspeakably peaked-looking shoeless fellow wrapped with bandages in a degraded state, approached me.’
- ‘The narrator's mother, who insists that she attend the School of Music and Ballet and forbids her to play with the shoeless neighbor children, is English.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.