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  • adj. Without folds.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having no fold.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no folds.


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fold +‎ -less


  • Picture a man in a long, close-clinging tunic which descended to his feet, either of fine linen, starched and pleated, or of wool, falling foldless, enriched with embroidery and adorned with bands of gay-coloured geometric patterns; over this a wrap (one may say) of thick wool, tight round the bust and leaving the right arm uncovered, or else a more ample garment, elaborately decorated like the long tunic.

    By the Ionian Sea

  • Nor was it longer before her husband began to study her in order to understand her -- and that the more that he could find in her neither plan nor system, nothing but straightforward, foldless simplicity.

    Far Above Rubies

  • "A dim, cold light fills the room, where the flat, grey wall is only broken by a solitary picture in black and white; a piece of foldless, creaseless, Oriental flowered crape hangs from the cornice.

    The Gentle Art of Making Enemies


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