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- adj. Lacking food.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without food; barren.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without food; destitute of provisions; barren.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being without food
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She looked like the kind of person who'd lock a diabetic cat in a foodless bathroom.
His most famous experiment showed that baby rhesus monkeys, raised alone or with same-age peers, preferred a foodless but fuzzy terrycloth surrogate “mother” over a wire-mesh version that freely dispensed meals.
It took every ounce of strength he had to go get those tennis shoes, put them on and leave the house foodless.
How about the host who can't purchase five bananas to get you through a foodless weekend?
Lutz says he's willing to take his foodless streak until the 20th, but after six days, he is already feeling the effects.
In any event, The Insufferables, without Rob's leadership and bowling skills, were soon trudging home, to reconstruct their camp, foodless, prideless, brainless, but at least they still have Bulbous and Voldepussy.
Helping others is so important any time of year, but especially when so many are becoming homeless, jobless, and foodless.
This country cannot house its houseless - feed its foodless.
With joblessness and homelessness becoming old hat, I can't wait for what's next -- maybe a foodless recovery or an airless recover -- for future administrations to bestow on us.
Was I going to die on this stupid fruitless, foodless, waterless island never knowing why?