from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. without a spark
- adj. lacking in creativity or energy
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Free from sparks; not emitting sparks: as, a sparkless commutator.
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Focus on simple moments in sparkless or ambiguous scenes, and see what happens when you add a fistful of spicy tension.
I was often to find this gender gap, between electrifying Czech women and sparkless Czech men.
The premise of this book is like that: if we had the ability to tinker with past events--removing war, famine, social-ills--would the human race become a smoother, yet sparkless version of itself?
An older woman is in a dead relationship, but decides it's too late to move on, so when she meets a younger woman just starting a sparkless marriage, she tries to convince her to end it now.
I shuddered at the prospect of a grate full of sparkless cinders.
We have our heroes and heroines who never allowed that the reverses of the day should turn their fighting spirit into sparkless ashes loaded into an unlamented urn.
She looked away, toward the fire that had burned down to sparkless ashes.
The embers had died down entirely, and the mass of ashes and debris was sparkless and cold.
Such a form of twin conductor trolley will permit the collection of a heavy current through the twin contact of the pantagraph with the two trolley wires, and should assure a sparkless collection of the current at any speed.
With sparkless ashes load an unlamented urn. what can you do with that?
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