from The Century Dictionary.
- Without a king; having no king.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having no king.
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- adjective Without a
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It was being worked by inexpert hands, for the time was something jerky; but it was robbed of its tinny meanness and even majesty by the hugeness of a cavern's roof, as well as by the crashing, swinging march it played -- wild - wonderful -- invented for lawless hours and a kingless people.
Even though France is currently kingless, ˜The present king of France is bald™ can be used to indicate a proposition.
Nor have we yet reached the limits of Olynthian expansion; there are their neighbours to be thought of — the kingless or independent
Of kingless thrones, which Earth did in her heart create.
The United States of America -- that motley, multilingual, mongrel, mossbacked republic that had somehow, kingless and causeless, arisen by accident between the Crown Lands and New England.
No dwarven smith had forged a Kingsword since Duncan™s had been buried with him three hundred years before; since Kharas, Duncan™s champion, had hidden his god-forged hammer and rendered the dwarves kingless until it could be found again.
Puritanism, without its King, is _kingless_, anarchic; falls into dislocation, self-collision; staggers, plunges into ever deeper anarchy; King,
-- New generations grow up which never knew a kingless state.
And always dreaming of thy long dead princes and of the great Kings of other kingdoms in the olden time thou shalt fail to see the grandeur to which a hurrying jesting people shall attain in that kingless age.
Shall wrap in lasting night heaven's kingless throne.