Definitions

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  • adjective Lacking bars
  • adjective Lacking a bar

Etymologies

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bar +‎ -less

Examples

  • I almost had time to be proud of the sight of Shanks falling on his bum outside my cell as I spun back around to leap toward the barless window.

    PUSH PATTERNS by Jay Campbell | Fiction | Futurismic

  • A second later, some military types came running up to the barless window, shouting for us to stop.

    When Lightning Strikes

  • A second later, some military types came running up to the barless window, shouting for us to stop.

    When Lightning Strikes

  • A second later, some military types came running up to the barless window, shouting for us to stop.

    When Lightning Strikes

  • By the time the two aliens were installed in their barless detention cell, it resembled a small stateroom more than a cell.

    Chain of Attack

  • By the time the two aliens were installed in their barless detention cell, it resembled a small stateroom more than a cell.

    Chain of Attack

  • By the time the two aliens were installed in their barless detention cell, it resembled a small stateroom more than a cell.

    Chain of Attack

  • Beyond open space, in the alleyway that led to the barless door, three Trollocs were peering cautiously out of the shadows toward the lighted windows.

    The Great Hunt

  • Hadn't the Russians decided that Siberia-the old barless prison state of the czars and early Communists-was a more practical frontier than the moon?

    If the Stars are Gods

  • Such an ardour possessed the men for the fight that in some it reached the pitch of fear lest they should arrive too late upon the battlefield and receive only a barless medal.

    The Story of the "9th King's" in France

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