Definitions

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  • n. The state or quality of being boneless.

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Examples

  • Gabriel asked his brother without taking his eyes off Kit, as though her sudden bonelessness were . . . appetizing.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • Personally therefore, they are unattractive , but the Party is so formless as to defeat any frontal assault by sheer bonelessness .

    Don't Vote for Iain Dale

  • Still panting, Claudia eased herself away from him and tumbled off the arm onto the seat of the couch, her body flopping back onto the cushions, her very bonelessness screaming satisfaction.

    Hot For Him

  • The bonelessness of satiation still infusing her, she rested her head on his chest, in the hollow below his shoulder.

    The Perfect Lover

  • Gwyna brought her bread and cheese, and more of the doctored wine, while Erdric's grandson came and flung himself down on the cushions with the bonelessness of the very young and watched her as if he expected she might break apart at any moment.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • The major collapsed with gruesome bonelessness, almost torn in two.

    The Guns Of The South

  • Here he was left to suffer and repent his foolish chattering, and to grow accustomed to his new state of bonelessness.

    Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12)

  • They arrive relaxed almost to the point of bonelessness, implying no conviction except that their cultural context will shore them up.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • One the one hand, I want to feel that bonelessness that happens when submission fills me and I get humble and have given over myself to His care … and His desire.

    Green Rootsdown

  • Palinode: I think you're necessarily dead when you reach bonelessness.

    In Palinode's Palace

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