from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without juice or sap.
- adj. Dry, dull; lacking vivacity or spirit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lacking juice; dry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of juice; dry; without moisture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking interest or stimulation; dull and lifeless
- adj. lacking juice
Much to my surprise, Audra McDonald's Bess is prim and juiceless, not at all the sort of woman you'd expect to show up at a crap game wearing a red dress.
It hits bookstores Jan. 25, but its contents have been leaked to stoke interest in what might otherwise be dull, juiceless political trope.
One thing both generator owners and their juiceless neighbors can agree on is the frustration of having to debate this issue at all.
But one of the problems a juiceless McGwire would have faced was the need to hit the pitches thrown by Roger Clemens.
Sportswriters will have to speculate what a player might have accomplished going juiceless.
The phone will magically be juiceless or out of range when Dad ' s calling on a Friday night.
We are used to seeing men in the white house soon become juiceless and as white haired as the building; we notice their wives and children looking strained and stressed.
It couldn't have been Pan's output alone because Alobar's testicles were as flat and juiceless as trampled grapes.
Even the New York Times 'Manohla Dargis described "New Moon" as "the juiceless, near bloodless sequel about a teenage girl and the sparkly vampire she, like, totally loves."
It can't be found in the books but tenderly handles the memory of Lily Potter in a way that is giving me goosebumps even now. tim jesus christ, the ads on this site are getting effing ridiculous. there seems to be less news on this site recently - but more gigantic, obnoxious banners. congrats on the income! juiceless