from The Century Dictionary.
- Having no issue or progeny; lacking children.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having no issue or progeny; childless.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Without
- adjective Without an issue (point in debate or controversy).
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With the issueless death of Elizabeth I, however, came the union of the crowns, as James VI of Scotland—whose mother, Mary Stuart Queen of Scots, had been executed by Elizabeth—possessed just enough Tudor blood to be named successor: "James VI and I."
They have done NOTHING for American this entire year but sit on the sidelines and hurl nasty personal attacks, criticize everything President Obama has done to restore our country, spread hate speech, encourage violence, and support racist lunatic groups who hold issueless rallies while carrying loaded weapons.
Dasaratha little hesitated to this as kauslya, his first wife was issueless.
Thanks for openly admitting that you're an issueless troll.
It's honestly, and I'm not joking one bit, the worst, most sensationalistic and issueless debate I've ever witnessed.
Dr. Farooq said that opposition has turned bankrupt and is issueless to take on the Government.
On a related note, k-punk: "British cinema, for the last thirty years as chronically sterile as the issueless population in Children of Men, has not produced a version of the apocalypse that is even remotely as well realised as this."
Why waste time watching the issueless debates when you can catch up on the content of them in about 10 minutes on the internet.
The Palin speech and the other issueless vitriol peddlers didn't do it for me.
The subject's apparently issueless rigor and pedantry stems from the desire to get arguments, in the logical sense of the term, right.