Definitions

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  • adj. Without buildings.

Etymologies

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building +‎ -less

Examples

  • With the rise of buildingless national companies in Scotland and Wales, the theatre may be beginning to turn on its axis.

    The best theatre of 2011: Susannah Clapp's choice

  • So this originally landless, buildingless, studentless, and teacherless school came eventually to have all four of these obvious requisites, but it still lacked a fundamental requirement for the effective fulfillment of its purpose.

    Booker T. Washington Builder of A Civilization

  • Page 4 recent graduate of and teacher at the Institute, was called from there to take charge of this landless, buildingless, teacherless, and studentless institution of learning.

    Booker T. Washington Builder of A Civilization

  • When the young man imbued with these ideas and fresh from these influences found himself responsible for the destinies of a studentless, teacherless, buildingless, and landless school it is significant how he went to work to supply these manifold deficiencies.

    Booker T. Washington Builder of A Civilization

  • Hampton Institute a young colored man, Booker T. Washington, a recent graduate of and teacher at the Institute, was called from there to take charge of this landless, buildingless, teacherless, and studentless institution of learning.

    Booker T. Washington Builder of a Civilization

  • Formerly thriving blocks decayed into buildingless, overgrown lots.

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  • It’s really, really hard to generalize about the buildingless communities.

    Why they’re wrong | Jewschool

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