Definitions

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  • adjective Without a break; continuous, unbroken.

Etymologies

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break +‎ -less

Examples

  • I'd love to see the vimeo of that "breakless" a-hole hitting deep cowshit and potholes in Ireland ...

    Giant Wheels: The Cartoonification of Cycling

  • I would love to see you do a collabo ride with him assuming he didn't use a stunt double as the bike was "rollin breakless" which i like to refer to as "going commando".

    Controversy: Twitter for Tat

  • Make them ride the climb, but do it this way: put 'em on a breakless fixie at the top of the climb, clipless petals with a ridiculous release tension.

    Bike Buzz: Old Bikes, New Humiliations

  • I'm sorry but the mere fact that you didn't even try to look cool and never dated a 'fixter' who convinced you it was cool to ride fixed and breakless completely debunks your final statement.

    The Pinch Test: Indignities of Spring

  • I'm sorry you are breakless -- I'm not sure how the trimester thing works for you.. but for some schools up here it seems that they have a longer winter break than we do.

    No Spring Break

  • Nor did he then move or speak, till, twelve hours after, kindly death took him to his breakless repose.

    The Last Man

  • Worst of all, at nearly two breakless hours proceedings felt like a long haul.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Nor did he then move or speak, till, twelve hours after, kindly death took him to his breakless repose.

    III.7

  • Nor did he then move or speak, till, twelve hours after, kindly death took him to his breakless repose.

    The Last Man

  • Nor did he then move or speak, till, twelve hours after, kindly death took him to his breakless repose.

    The Last Man

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