Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having no limits or boundaries.

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  • adj. boundless or unlimited
  • adj. infinite

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Without space.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Destitute of space.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Judaism is no longer a "spaceless" religion, but Judaism is cosmopolitanism plus

    openDemocracy

  • Whereas if the film story has really gripped an audience they are 'in' the picture in a kind of dreamlike 'spaceless' space.

    Ellen Sterling: Next For 3D Movies: Better, Brighter Technology for the Screen and For Your Glasses

  • Death doesn't exist in a timeless, spaceless world.

    Five Reasons You Won't Die

  • The biocentric view of the timeless, spaceless world allows for no true death in any real sense.

    Robert Lanza, M.D.: Why You're Alive and Can Never Die: The Larger Scientific Picture

  • But as we cannot describe or think out the Absolute in itself, beyond stability and movement, beyond unity and multitude,—nor is that at all our business,—we must accept the double fact, admit both Shiva and Kali and seek to know what is this measureless Movement in Time and Space with regard to that timeless and spaceless pure Existence, one and stable, to which measure and measurelessness are inapplicable.

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  • I suppose I just needed more experience in this spaceless, timeless realm before I would get comfortable.

    "LOOKY OVER YONDER"

  • Or even existence ends by becoming too limiting a name for that which abides solely for ever; there is only a timeless Eternal, a spaceless Infinite, the utterness of the Absolute, a nameless peace, an overwhelming single objectless Ecstasy.

    Just how closely word, deed, and action were combined

  • We are told to accept the idea that photons are massless “no things” that are “spaceless” and function metaphorically as “ghostlike somethings.”

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • Why would the universe create invisible massless and spaceless quanta of energy with this bizarre property?

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • When Sir James Clerk Maxwell developed the mathematical equations for electromagnetic fields, it became clear that massless and spaceless particles, termed photons, existed and traveled in the “vacuum” of space and interconnected everything that existed in the universe.

    The G.O.D. Experiments

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