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  • adj. Without honey.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Destitute of honey.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Destitute of honey.


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honey +‎ -less


  • During commercial breaks, she made herself honeyless green tea, imagined the bulbous grey nests growing in the attic, amassing additional layers, until the tip of her home was saturated with the winged insects.

    Paper Lanterns

  • He bought all the equipment — the boxes, the bees, the protective beekeeper uniform — only to have his bees mysteriously fly the coup, or rather the hive, leaving him bereft, honeyless and with lots of bills — and not once, but two years in a row!

    Generating Buzz, and Honey

  • They might have been, in the all-permeating glory on their hill terrace, with the sapphire-circled plain around -- they might have been the two youngest citizens of Paradise, circled in for ever from bleak honeyless winter, bleak honeyless hearts.

    Gone to Earth

  • Re: Homer - We will eat soy and honeyless baked goods.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress


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