Definitions

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  • adjective Without a knob.

Etymologies

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knob +‎ -less

Examples

  • At first, they should be simple knob puzzles with few pieces, followed by knobless puzzles where the pieces fit only one same-shaped hole.

    Testing for Kindergarten

  • At first, they should be simple knob puzzles with few pieces, followed by knobless puzzles where the pieces fit only one same-shaped hole.

    Testing for Kindergarten

  • I pushed the knobless door and it gave with a groan.

    Fatal Circle

  • At first, they should be simple knob puzzles with few pieces, followed by knobless puzzles where the pieces fit only one same-shaped hole.

    Testing for Kindergarten

  • In a dim corner of the pen he found a knobless panel on hinges and tested it quietly.

    Forgetfulness

  • At first, they should be simple knob puzzles with few pieces, followed by knobless puzzles where the pieces fit only one same-shaped hole.

    Testing for Kindergarten

  • Coffin lifted the tapestry aside and slid the key into the knobless door hidden beneath it.

    The Art Thief

  • In a dim corner of the pen he found a knobless panel on hinges and tested it quietly.

    The Blue Nowhere

  • It was knobless, and along one edge were three brass keyholes spaced a few inches apart.

    Time and Again

  • Mary shook her head in amazement as she hauled out an old table radio, knobless and gutted of tubes.

    The Glory Game

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