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- adj. Without speed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Being without speed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no speed; slow; sluggish; not prosperous; unfortunate; unsuccessful.
It was a speedless two-wheeler and provided very little resistance or exercise.
The consciousness of this whole issue was at work below her thoughts; and her thoughts, from joy and dread, to the discomfort of doubt, raced faster than the car, speedless and headlong.
That hat, as she could see in the first sure speedless survey, had got the droops.
But the $1 middle infielders - and quite a few of the $10 MIs - are a powerless, speedless group.
#prayforjustin to be hit by an elephant travelling at speedless than a minute ago via webandrew helloitsandrew
a vanguard of fugitives from the field of battle, weary, broken men, many of them wounded, all of them terror-stricken, staggering in speedless haste with the last remnants of their strength into the shelter which it was their vain illusion the town would afford them.
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