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- adj. Without string.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no strings.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without strings.
By using the word 'stringless' I did not intend to imply that UMG himself has or had a lack of romantic attachments that would therefore suggest him being stringless.
“I guess they thought going stringless was supposed to make up for the bad acting.”
“Since the Webb family marionettes are supposed to be ‘stringless,’ Ms. Wiggins and I were experimenting with different kinds of string to see which ones would be difficult for an audience to see.”
The stringless school-of-Nelson-Riddle big-band accompaniment will likewise seem undernourished to anyone familiar with the original-cast album, which features the swing-for-the-fences orchestrations of Robert Ginzler.
Even raw, it's tender, fairly stringless and sweet.
Will, on the other hand, has never felt less weakened by morality than he does now, with his son crouched there like a stringless puppet.
He took it down, and opened the case to find a stringless fiddle resting under a square of green velvet.
I think it would have been just so dramatic to say to the American public that "I'm going to win this fight with the same public stringless funds that McCain has at his disposal."
Plant Great-aunt Agatha's favorite pickling cucumber, by all means, but save some ground for stringless beans, sweet and tender carrots, wilt-resistant lettuce, and other newer varieties that are, in fact, tastier and hardier than anything our grandparents grew.
Actually, hipster buffalo hunters 'go stringless' and just hold the arrow in their hand and run towards the buffalo.
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