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- adj. Without heat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of heat; cold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of heat; cold.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without generating heat
It didn't feel like spring when I recently drove up into the wolds near Pocklington, with snow-sprinkled verges still not thawed after an afternoon of winter sun – a low, heatless sun that gave rise to long shadows.
Nature decayed around me, and the sun became heatless; rain and snow poured around me; mighty rivers were frozen; the surface of the earth was hard and chill, and bare, and I found no shelter.
I caught it, glowing but heatless, the last story to ever cross that field, losing its fire like every story we'd tried to bring home from that dump.
“The people have been requested to have heatless days, meatless days, wheatless days,” Wayne Wheeler said in a letter to President Wilson.
I think you are now the official expert on refreshing summer food after 64 heatless entries in your event!!!
Reading his “contract on america”, then the inverview, I never expected to see such die-hard, heatless, dogmatic, indomitable cluelessness about the workings of Society.
The sun seemed remote and heatless, the explosions rattled his teeth together, he felt the earth vibrations in his boots.
Suddenly, as he worked, he had an abrupt sense of heatless force pressing down on him, as if giant hands, impossibly heavy, were thrusting down on his shoulders.
While you say we can't afford to reform health insurance, more than fifty million Americans (at the latest count) live without it, go hungry or heatless or bankrupt without it, and in thousands of cases literally die without it.
No more heatless winters for the Palestinian people!