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  • adj. Lacking fibers

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having no fibers; destitute of fibers or fiber.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without fiber, in any sense of that word.


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fiber +‎ -less


  • I pointed out to Dr. Clark that I had just bought the fiberless Froot Loops at a grocery store in midtown Manhattan, which means the old packages must still be on the market.

    Marion Nestle: Kellogg's Asks for a Froot Loops Correction: More on Smart (?) Choices

  • As a result, they were ending up flabby and unpleasant to eat: "I put muscleless, fiberless, tranquilized beef," he wrote, "in the same category with spoon vittles."

    The American Way of Beef

  • Bob's literally hypnotized as he absorbs the latest corporate advertising designed to stimulate him into buying with as little thought as he gives to eating fiberless, food-like products, void of nutrition, sky high in profits, mainlining high fructose corn syrup, aspartame and partially-hydrogenated fats that won't melt at less than 300 degrees.

    The Manchurian Consumer

  • The most popular variety, the Alphonso, is the opposite of the Tommy Atkins: it boasts complex flavors, is fully fiberless and pools nectar to its surface when bitten.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Another study, involving 65,000 women over a period of six years, demonstrated that indulging in processed foods, sugary soft drinks, and other fiberless items such as doughnuts, white rice, and white bread more than doubles the risk of diabetes.

    The Fiber35 Diet

  • If they are from whole, plant foods that contain plenty of fiber or have a low GL, their effect is very different from that of fiberless foods.

    The UltraMetabolism Cookbook

  • This development is the source of the two basic metabolic types in man, one geared towards a bulky diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, the other to a fiberless diet of flesh.

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity

  • Equally striking, perhaps, is his frequent grotesqueness in choice of subject and in treatment, which seems to result chiefly from his wish to portray the world as it actually is, keeping in close touch with genuine everyday reality; partly also from his instinct to break away from placid and fiberless conventionality.

    A History of English Literature

  • His famous final phrasing of the great poetic idea -- 'Beauty is truth, truth beauty' -- itself shows consciousness of realities below the surface, and the inference which is sometimes hastily drawn that he was personally a fiberless dreamer is as far as possible from the truth.

    A History of English Literature

  • But this child, this blushing, perturbed, unformed creature, as soft and fiberless as a skein of her own hair, was fruit for his plucking.

    Treasure and Trouble Therewith A Tale of California


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