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  • adj. Without leaks.


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leak +‎ -less


  • Only the lower half of the bottle could be used — the top half had to contain water — so he not only had to compress the radio into three tiny rigid units, but also had to set the units into leakless containers, then solder the containers into the water bottles.

    King Rat

  • The signs point to a White House in which the president doesn't get bad news in a hurry (he didn't know about Chavez's housekeeper problems until 24 hours after the news first circulated); in which Dick Cheney has an enormous role; in which Bush and his aides long to spring surprises in a leakless world; in which losses are cut with coldblooded speed, and in which the strategists don't mind -- and perhaps even relish -- picking a fight for the sake of securing Bush's conservative base in a way his patrician father never could.

    Right From The Start


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