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  • adj. Without a fringe.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having no fringe.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no fringe.


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fringe +‎ -less


  • Some of these species, like the white fringeless orchid and the eastern massasauga rattlesnake, have been waiting decades for protection.

    Kieran Suckling: 'Extinction Rider' Would Unravel Years of Work Protecting Rare Species

  • "And how do you think I look in it?" he continued, gazing with fringeless expressionless eyes on her vacant but concerned countenance.

    Ringfield A Novel

  • Blushing and stammering, her fringeless eyes, incapable of hiding themselves, rolled from side to side as if in search of escape.

    The Planter's Northern Bride

  • It is impossible for me to say what changes the revolution, and the wars and the new notions, may have produced in France, but there is no sufficient reason for believing that the present cropped and fringeless, bewhiskered, and _laceless_ generation of France, differs more from their bewigged, belaced, and powdered predecessors, than the men and women of any other country differ from their particular ancestors.

    Recollections of Europe

  • In addition to this, its fringeless design and neutral colors retains the masculinity that makes it an ideal accessory for men, aviators and motorcycle enthusiasts. Press Releases


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