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- adj. Lacking a shadow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no shadow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no shadow; hence, weird; supernatural.
On a late winter afternoon in Los Angeles there's a kind of shadowless gray glare that's both heavy in mood and bright on the eyes.
The night was a wonder of shadowless trees, a giant thrall — a wheeze from the dome where the sky now was, then nothing at all.
This results in flat and nearly shadowless photos like the one seen above.
The outdoor light muted, shadowless, robbing my shots of contrast.
- An almost-became-a-vampire guy, shadowless (?) girl, weightless girl, eccentric guy who knows about supernatural stuff, weight crab … What else is next?
The photography is timeless -- almost shadowless full natural light coming in through a tall bay window in a classic old Victorian wooden house in Arcata, Northern California.
We are accustomed to seeing television footage—usually filmed from a helicopter—of Martian swaths of waterless land, cracked into giraffe-hide patterns; close-ups of children with bellies boated from hunger staring at the camera as flies land on their skin; panoramic shots of carcasses of wasted animals lying beneath shadowless thorn trees.
Listening to the silence of the cold, absorbing the shadowless light.
The daylight was thin and shadowless; she lifted her head and squinted up at the sky.
Anything to equal the low cunning of his visage, and of his shadowless eyes without the ghost of an eyelash, I never saw.
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