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  • adj. Alternative form of laborless.

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Examples

  • As long as we have bodies we must inhabit the dwellings prepared for us by our good sister the Soul in her vast power of labourless creation.

    The Six Enneads.

  • The Soul of the All, as an entirety, governs the universe through that part of it which leans to the body side, but since it does not exercise a will based on calculation as we do — but proceeds by purely intellectual act as in the execution of an artistic conception — its ministrance is that of a labourless overpoising, only its lowest phase being active upon the universe it embellishes.

    The Six Enneads.

  • As for a mere low beggar -- some labourless labourer, or some weaver out of place -- don't let us throw away our compassion upon THEM.

    Men's Wives

  • As for a mere low beggar — some labourless labourer, or some weaver out of place — don’t let us throw away our compassion upon

    Mens Wives

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