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- adj. Destitute of herbs or vegetation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of herbs or of vegetation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of herbs or herbage.
When you are deciding what this is, remember that you can blog about any herb, plant, veggie, or flower for weekend herb blogging, so if you're currently herbless like me, at least in the garden, the Weekend Herb Blogging possibilities are still pretty endless.
Fell, like bright Spring upon some herbless plain;
They gained the herbless ploughed field and took their station in its center just as the flames darted round on each side of them.
And having crossed this herbless plain, the king came upon another forest full of the retreats of ascetics, beautiful to look at, delightful to the heart and of cool agreeable breezes.
Rapidly traversing the shrubless, herbless plains of Mesopotamia, they reached at length the town of Mosul, the point from which travellers proceed to visit the ruins of Nineveh.
The geographical position of Mexico, the arid and desolate, herbless and waterless wastes intervening, would prohibit her sending any considerable assistance overland; and, all powerful at court by that time, he would take care that the Russian navy inspired Spain with a distaste for remote Pacific waters.
The deadly vapors entered in, filled his huge chest and tingled in his vast, heroic limbs as he calmly lay down on the rocky, herbless floor and as gently went to sleep, as he did that day in his Mother's arms by the Graybull, long ago.
The wild, herbless, weather-worn promontory was quite a solitude, and, saving the one old lighthouse about fifty yards up the slope, scarce a mark was visible to show that humanity had ever been near the spot.
On the slopes of the herbless and blossomless lawns,
The grim black herbless heights that scorn the sun
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