Meaning of furless in English:

furless

adjective

See fur

‘Also, pugs are furless, ideal for the summer and require less grooming.’
  • ‘The dog will survive the painful burn but faces a difficult, furless existence.’
  • ‘Between 14 and 18 immature newborns - blind, furless and the size of navy beans - clamber up through the mother's belly fur and enter her pouch.’
  • ‘My dogs are virtually furless, and when the temperature falls below 40 degrees they refuse the temperature falls below 40 refuse to leave the house under their own power.’
  • ‘They are 3-6 inches long, have pink furless skin, tiny eyes which never see the light of day, and long front teeth for digging.’