Meaning of frontless in English:

frontless

adjective

See front

‘Maybe I should iron my backless, strapless, frontless Versace frock and prepare a speech just in case.’
  • ‘The multitude were deceived with his artifices, and pleased with his frontless impudence, which they called boldness, and manly openness of character.’
  • ‘The frontless nature of the war also made the helicopter necessary for medical evacuation.’
  • ‘The increase in retention allows for the fabrication of a roofless or frontless upper denture with adequate retention for patient comfort and increased esthetics.’
  • ‘The trend continued well into San Diego's warm winter months with frontless sweaters, but the rest of the nation by then had grown cold and blasé to the style.’