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  • adverb In a childless way; without children.


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  • It's possible for people to disagree about the particular level of government funding various activities should receive without descending into childlessly insulting hyperbole.

    Car faces

  • But it is interesting how a woman of her age, after childlessly navigating her thoughtless and turbulent twenties and thirties could suddenly find herself in foal in her enlightened mid-forties.

    The complicated story of Rielle Hunter and Jonathan Darman, the Newsweek reporter.

  • DOBBS: It seemed even childlessly, spitefully petulant, as the president said weeks, not months, to come up with exactly two months.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2006

  • So the new and improved plan was formed: Mom and Dad go with us to Hot Springs and then they bring the kids home with them while Myra and I go on to Eureka Springs childlessly.

    wilberteets Diary Entry

  • Almost childlessly greedy do I feel, to live so perfectly while you are still sacrificing your years on the altar of motherhood.

    Letters of a Dakota Divorcee

  • Born many years after his parents had lived together childlessly, he had come into the world constitutionally neurasthenic.

    The Dust Flower


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