Definitions

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  • adjective Devoid of human beings.

Etymologies

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human +‎ -less

Examples

  • The change in the albedo of the world as dark plants spread and white clouds rained themselves away brought more and more habitats into use, and before long the chordate fauna of Earth was once again upon a pristine world, humanless and safer here on Garden than for the last ten thousand years on its world of origin.

    Pathfinder

  • The Web site for The World Without Us has a nice little interactive timeline detailing some of what happens as the humanless future progresses.

    Gerry Canavan

  • The Web site for The World Without Us has a nice little interactive timeline detailing some of what happens as the humanless future progresses.

    Gerry Canavan

  • The Web site for The World Without Us has a nice little interactive timeline detailing some of what happens as the humanless future progresses.

    August « 2007 « Gerry Canavan

  • The soft, blue, humanless sky of Australia, the pale, white unwritten atmosphere of Australia.

    Kangaroo

  • It caught the attention of Oskar the dog, who had recently bid an uncomprehending farewell to the strange humans who had paid an all too fleeting visit to the humanless home.

    A Triumph of Souls

  • And really it WAS attractive: a clean, lovely, humanless world.

    Women in Love

  • These days, you can't just turn to a clerk while queuing up a movie to stream from Netflix or while standing in front of a humanless Redbox kiosk.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Unfortunately, it pre-empts Joan to criticize Peggy for swooping in to save the day, essentially confirming the roles the men have dictated for them - "meaningless secretary" and "humanless bitch," respectively.

    Cinema Blend Feeds

  • In a purely humanless world, other organisms would face "purely" environmental obstacles to their own sustenance and hence a different set of pressures than those of today, which include deforestation, pollution, and other ecologically definitive actions perpetrated by

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

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