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  • adj. Lacking a budget.


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budget +‎ -less


  • Horyn does an outstanding job of the latter, but for most of us -- women of a Certain Age and also a Certain Income, one that has to stretch to pay tuition and student loans, rent or a mortgage, car insurance and health insurance, and maybe, if we're really lucky, dinner out every so often -- for most of us, this kind of budgetless shopping is out of our reach.


  • Remember the budgetless budget plan with no numbers?

    Think Progress » After complaining that health care bills were too long, Boehner now complains that Obama’s is too short.

  • But as Government Executive reports, in signing a resolution that kept the budgetless government running for another week, Mr. Bush indicated that differences between the two sides may be too great.

    Leaving for Later

  • $530 The two rather obvious choices for a video card in a budgetless-monster-box are the GTX 295 and the HD 4870 X2.


  • My thanks to James C. Orenstein, Assistant District Attorney for Hampden County, Massachusetts, for his writerly eye and ear; Annick Porter, interior designer to the fictionally rich and budgetless; Christopher N. Otis, M.D., Director of Surgical Pathology at Baystate Medical Center; Chuck Stern, who is both an artist and a doughnut maker’s son; and Steven Palat, bagel maven.

    Isabel’s Bed


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