from The Century Dictionary.
- Giving or yielding no echo; calling forth no response.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Without echo or response.
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- adjective Without
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective having or producing no echo
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This colourless light, and the shrill echoless sound of their steps on the tiled paving were so familiar to Rubashov that for a few seconds he played with the illusion that he was dreaming again.
Instead of getting drunk every night or coming up with another act to fool doctors into prescribing them drugs, they funnel their money and creative energies into “vast, echoless complex [es]” whose “stalactites have been precision-cut by CNC-milling machines, the walls shaped by computer-programmable routers.”
ROB MARCIANO, CNN METEOROLOGIST (voice over): Electronics engineer Kate Remley watches buildings implode, conducts tests in abandoned mines and works in this odd-looking echoless chamber.
Instead of getting drunk every night or coming up with another act to fool doctors into prescribing them drugs, they funnel their money and creative energies into “vast, echoless complexes” whose “stalactites have been precision-cut by CNC-milling machines, the walls shaped by computer-programmable routers.”
Footsteps cracked away down an unseen corridor above him, quickly swallowed in the echoless stone.
Certain effects — an agreeable warmth, a delicate stillness, an echoless silence — gave our voices unaccustomed tone; at least, the listener fancied so.
In the absence of vibratory media the noises of the reef are isolated. furtive, echoless — staccato accidentals and dull dissonances out of tune with the soothing theme of the sea.
His voice sounded flat and mute by the echoless expanse of plain.
The padded walls soaked up his laughter, echoless.
The continuing sounds were muffled, echoless -- external.