Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without aid; helpless; without succor; unsupported.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Helpless; without aid.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Without aid.
  • adjective Without mechanical assistance.

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Examples

  • The rest were made up of unfortunate women of the vilest and most ragged description, aged itinerants, with features seared with famine, bleared eyes, dropping jaws, shivering limbs, and all the mortal signs of hopeless and aidless, and, worst of all, breadless infirmity.

    Pelham — Complete

  • The rest were made up of unfortunate women of the vilest and most ragged description, aged itinerants, with features seared with famine, bleared eyes, dropping jaws, shivering limbs, and all the mortal signs of hopeless and aidless, and, worst of all, breadless infirmity.

    Pelham — Volume 04

  • We will read more deeply into the landscape, camouflage with our surroundings, learn aidless navigation techniques and practice mastering our skills on the move.

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  • We will read more deeply into the landscape, camouflage with our surroundings, learn aidless navigation techniques and practice mastering our skills on the move.

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  • We will read more deeply into the landscape, camouflage with our surroundings, learn aidless navigation techniques and practice mastering our skills on the move.

    theithacajournal.com -

  • We will read more deeply into the landscape, camouflage with our surroundings, learn aidless navigation techniques and practice mastering the basics: shelter, water, fire and food.

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