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- adj. Lacking grip
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After the last gripless hand-shake, with the tremulous, "Take care of yourself, honey," the hard-working father and mother have turned their faces homeward, visibly affected by the separation, but resolved to shoulder the sacrifice of the daughter's much-needed help on the plantation, which oftentimes is all that they are able to contribute toward her education.
Other bikes had rusted chains or wheels, torn seats, or gripless handlebars, or sand in the brake shoes.
When the Public Accounts Committee looked at it, they found amateurish working practices, endemic incompetence, and gripless management (see this blog).
And then, pinched of nostril and marble-cold, earth’s last little posy in our gripless hands, we should lie supine and — such was the irony of things — no longer greatly care to know.
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