Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That cannot be wasted, consumed, or exhausted; in exhaustible.
- adj. Without waste.
- waste + -less (Wiktionary)
“System's land surface area should be as large as necessary for consuming all wastes in due time (system should be wasteless) and generating enough electric and thermal power by solar-powered generators”
“Suppose, now, that there were no sun nor stars in the heavens, nor any thing that shone in the black brow of night; and suppose that a lighted lamp were put into your hand, which should burn wasteless and clear amid all the tempests that should brood upon this lower world.”
“Who? my readers, can estimate the joy of the redeemed thousands, standing blood-washed, glory-crowned, through ceaseless, wasteless, round eternity.”
“A weakness for crudely serviceable contrivances that pointedly suggest immediate and wasteless use is present even in the middle-class tastes; but it is there kept well in hand under the unbroken dominance of the canon of reputable futility.”
“A sailless, wasteless, chartless, compassless, grubless old condemned tub that has been drifting helpless about the ocean for 4 months and a half, begging bread and water like any other tramp, flying”
“It tore over the ground with yet greater swiftness than the former -- in long, level, skimming leaps, the very embodiment of wasteless speed.”
“Instead of a lower more proper budget instead of one filled with wasteless spending he figures "Hey lets put taxes on everything in the middle of a recession!".”
“It's easy to imagine that computers and other consumer electronics are clean and wasteless-especially minimalists Macs.”
“I agree with TIMJ, such wasteless time spent on twitter, then a few minutes with such great talent.”
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