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- adj. That does not echo; echoless.
The unechoing tones ceased, and the girls stared at each other.
In the last stanza Mountainless means void of ambition, and unechoing means awakening no spiritual echoes.
To pluck so gracious a flower of hope on the edge of the sombre unechoing gulf of nothingness into which our friend has slid silently down, is a natural impulse of the sensitive soul, numbing remorse and giving a moment's relief to the hunger and thirst of a tenderness that has been robbed of its object.
The air, broken into delicate vibrations, carried the lovely sounds rhythmically outward, onward and into unechoing distance.
A question of heirship was in the courts, and the dwelling house of Charleroi, unless the tales told of ghostly powdered and laced Charleses haunting its unechoing chambers were true, stood uninhabited.
Came like a spirit's o'er the unechoing ground, --
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