Definitions

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  • adj. Without a grave; unburied.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Without a grave; unburied.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without a grave or tomb; unburied.

Etymologies

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grave +‎ -less

Examples

  • In a statement published in the Cuban government newspaper Granma, Cuba called the OAS a graveless cadaver, and thanked ally nations for their efforts to correct a "historic and illegal error."

    Open Thread

  • She tried not to look where the dead men lay, graveless, sheeted in a cloth the sun would soon strip away, but her guilt betrayed her.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • Like graveless dead men's staring, sightless eyes.

    The Path of Dreams Poems

  • All those who thus died are graveless and monumentless, the great circle of the heavens is the dome of their sepulchre, and the recurring blossoms of springtime their only epitaph.

    The old Santa Fe trail The Story of a Great Highway

  • As for the girl, 'he continued, glancing at the blood on Antonina's dress, and stirring her figure carelessly with his foot,' she may be dead too, for she neither moves nor speaks, and may be left like her protector to lie graveless where she is.

    Antonina

  • Did the graveless Zernicke personally speak from the great beyond to inform Iron Island officials it was him they were experiencing?

    buffalonews - Home

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