The Collaborative International Dictionary
Wigless \Wig"less\, a. Having or wearing no wig.
a. Without a wig.
adj. not wearing a wig [ant: wigged]
Usage examples of "wigless".
Instantly the door opened, and the last remaining volume in the House of the Golden Mercury was claimed by a big-nosed, wigless, white-haired gentleman.
He was wigless, and wore his grey-streaked black hair long and swept back, revealing a pale, bony forehead.
He swept off his hat, with its long peak and earflaps, and was revealed as a florid man of about thirty, wigless and with abundant black hair that curled down over his ears.
I crossed Portland Place, walked down Hallam Street and entered, wigless and without gown, the building in which the top medics, playing, for a while, the parts of judges, decide the fate of their fellow quacks.
Flies clambered over the peeled and wigless skulls of the dead and flies walked on their shrunken eyeballs.