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  • Lit. “lobeless,” i.e. with a lobe of the liver wanting — a bad sign.

    Hellenica

  • Before you pay too much attention to that lobeless wonder, did I ever tell you how Rom once stuck a toy whip from my Marauder Mo playset into his ear?

    THE WAR OF THE PROPHETS

  • “And you, you lobeless hunk of greeworm castings, you bring me the Orb.”

    THE FALL OF TEROK NOR

  • His ears were close-set, lobeless, and pulled down into his bull neck.

    Devil's Waltz

  • She had prominent cheekbones and a clean jawline leading to lobeless ears.

    Blood Test

  • Like Elric, his ears were thin, near lobeless and coming almost to a point.

    The Bane of The Black Sword

  • The lobeless ears had tufted tips Each child -- for their very appearance and attitude cried youth to Reeve -- wore a belt around his middle.

    Decision at Doona

  • The eyes were long and slanting, the forehead high and narrow, the nose delicately thin and chiseled with long vertically slit nostrils, the ears long, pointed and lobeless.

    The Colors of Space

  • The Neanderthaler pricked up his pointed, lobeless ears, and located the source of the shout.

    B. C. 30,000

  • The bridge of his glasses rested on the outcurve of a nose like the beak of an osprey, the ends of the wires looped about ears that lay close to the head, hairy about the inner-curves, lobeless, the tips suggesting the ear-tips of a satyr.

    A Man to His Mate

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