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- adj. Without a handle, especially where objects of that type often do have handles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having no handle. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no handle
He placed three small, white, handleless cups on the table, then stepped away and returned with a matching pot, filling the cups with steaming, light green liquid.
He placing three small, white, handleless cups on the table, then stepped away and returned with a matching pot, filling the cups with steaming, light green liquid.
A tray with handleless ceramic coffee cups and a portable, single-burner charcoal stove are in front of her.
The young sheikh drives me to his office on Al-Khalifa Avenue, where we are served cardamom-flavored coffee poured from a brass urn into small, handleless cups.
I abandoned this thought completely at the sight of the handleless steel door that was the only exit from the room.
In his North Cambridge workshop, outfitted with a lathe and a stamp and workbenches covered with handleless blades, he told me that even after two or three years of use, that prototype “still makes me smile.”
The gin was served out to them in handleless china mugs.
Small handleless cups — mine happen to be matte black on the outside and shiny chartreuse on the inside — that can be used for desserts, like pudding, as well as for post-prandial coffee.
Sheik Omar raised a polished serving pot and poured Arabic coffee into two, small handleless cups.
With its clean lines, built-in, handleless cabinetry, molding-less walls, it evoked a life of calmness, order and Zen-like serenity.