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- adj. Lacking a floor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no floor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no floor.
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It's a strange poem, "floorless", in a sense, and perhaps not flawless.
This time, a typically bold and jaunty exploration of nature's 'floorless' mystery
He tried to sit up, but found the ground beneath him wet and sticky, as if the structure had simply been set floorless atop the marshland.
Unlike traditional coasters, the Great Adventure attraction is floorless, giving riders the sensation of flying as their feet dangle above the track.
The army's Quartermaster Corps, unaccustomed to providing for the needs of a wartime force, had disbursed flimsy, floorless tents; as a result, Grant and the rest of the four - thousand - man force slept in the cold mud, protected from the elements by thin woolen blankets.
Dorney Park is home to eight world-class roller coasters including Hydra The Revenge, the first and only floorless coaster in Pennsylvania.
The New York-based floorless exchange said it would reconsider an offer under certain circumstances, such as if the LSE, Europe's biggest stock market, agreed to a deal or if a rival suitor emerged.
The Gotham-based floorless exchange said it could table an offer under certain circumstances, such as if the Europe's biggest stock market agreed to a deal or a rival suitor emerged.
This is positive news for the Gotham-based floorless exchange Nasdaq, which is acquiring the LSE piecemeal after a proposed bid for Clara Furse's market was turned down.
This is positive news for Nasdaq, the New York-based floorless exchange, which is acquiring the LSE piecemeal after a proposed bid for Clara Furse's market was turned down.