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- adv. Without smoke; in a smokeless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without smoke.
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The figure on the tapestry smoldered, burning slowly and smokelessly.
It is safe to say, however, that no plant will operate smokelessly under any and all conditions of service, nor is there a plant in which the degree of smokelessness does not depend largely upon the intelligence of the operating force.
With those words the swarm of torii floated a few feet before the Boss and dropped a small glove made of human skin and it burst into flame and disappeared smokelessly -- an ultimate sign of Afterlife loyalty for the Living Computer.
Because it’s largely pure carbon, charcoal burns mostly smokelessly at temperatures approaching 1,800°F/1,000°C.
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