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  • n. Alternative spelling of bodiless.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having no trunk or main part


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  • Pleasant to be nobody -- a bodyless, meaningless smile awake in the morning.

    Erik Dorn

  • It's a simple tale involving the ever fickle Quimby and the bodyless cat head he hates.

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  • They retain an eerie, anthropomorphic sense of presentness; faceless, eyeless, even, bodyless—Smith plays havoc with familiar proportions and divisions—they nonetheless seem to confront us and fix us with their invisible gaze.

    The Artist in All His Dimensions

  • My life is simple now, and when the fog lifts, the boat is filled with, as John Muir said, "holy, beamless, bodyless, inaudible floods of light."

    Katie Amatruda: How I Navigated The Four Stages Of Divorce

  • Fascinating design for a bodyless silent steel-stringed guitar similar to the Yamaha nylon-stringed silent you occasionally see jazz guys playing …. but WTF is iBay Lichtenstein???

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  • Why would I listen to a bodyless voice talk about choir rehearsals?


  • Fixes, cleans, shrinkwraps and salts his own bodyless egg head.

    Out of Context Ad Challenge – The Bleat.

  • The fourteenth amendment, which had been intended to protect the rights of former slaves, was perverted through slight of hand, to protect the rights of bodyless constructs which had less right to be considered "persons" under the Constitution than a foetus.

    Free Speech Survives – With No Help from Liberals

  • The photo of the snake skin was taken using the new camera, the Canon Powershot sx1 IS soon after the bodyless outer covering was discovered inside the rapidly decomposing trunk of the deceased Red Maple, Ferngully.

    You Can So Do This « Fairegarden

  • The SciFi Channel is making available the first-ever online pilot for their new series The Amazing Screw-On Head, which they describe like this: In this hilarious send-up of Lovecraftian horror and steampunk adventure, President Abraham Lincoln's top spy is a bodyless head known only as Screw-On Head.

    July 2006


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