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- adj. Without force.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having little or no force; feeble.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having little or no force; feeble; impotent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking force; feeble
The cannons watch silent out over the bay as the ghosts of our youth perform revolving plays of forceless attacks.
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No blows were struck, save for a few flailing and forceless ones by Trist.
"There is no mark, " the old man said in a clear but forceless voice, -or mention that this Contract has been approved by the Oriolis Cavernus.
These forceless flowers like sturdy trees support me,
Besides, to a child of positive traits, those persuasions are utterly forceless which, instead of being addressed to the prominent faculties, are directed to those comparatively deficient.
The weakling is he in whose forceless nature one serpent after another writhes its head up, dominant for a moment only, doomed to be thrust down by another fancy as fickle.
These forceless flowers like sturdy trees support me;
There were some in the Corinthian Church who had become thus enervated and forceless, and the Apostle seeks to stir them up into a more vigorous life.
He seemed to be afraid of their discipleship weakening down into an anaemic sentimentality, a forceless effeminacy which would never arrest the world, or take the Kingdom of Heaven by storm.