Definitions

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  • adjective Without a map or maps.

Etymologies

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map +‎ -less

Examples

  • She took photographs for him in the uncharted region of the Abruzzi and in the new, mapless towns of Africa, in rebuilt Germany and where motorways now changed for ever the old roads of England.

    William Trevor | An Idyll in Winter

  • She goes on to describe this cohort as "the mapless generation."

    William Fisher: Life After Fifty? Listen Up Ladies!

  • And maybe, just maybe – lack of sleep aside – coming to love this whole messed-up, mapless journey.

    Wherever You Go, There You Are | Her Bad Mother

  • Whatever its purpose, for one inhabitant the Bird sparks a long-dormant idea: to map the mapless city and liberate its masses with the power of knowledge.

    THUNDERER by Felix Gilman

  • And maybe, just maybe – lack of sleep aside – coming to love this whole messed-up, mapless journey.

    Of Socrates and sleep | Her Bad Mother

  • South of the reeds, Gordon disappeared into a primeval interior of naked animists and mapless swamps, where the connected world of Cairo and the coast lost all meaning.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • South of the reeds, Gordon disappeared into a primeval interior of naked animists and mapless swamps, where the connected world of Cairo and the coast lost all meaning.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • And maybe, just maybe - lack of sleep aside - coming to love this whole messed-up, mapless journey.

    Wherever You Go, There You Are

  • South of the reeds, Gordon disappeared into a primeval interior of naked animists and mapless swamps, where the connected world of Cairo and the coast lost all meaning.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • And maybe, just maybe - lack of sleep aside - coming to love this whole messed-up, mapless journey.

    Of Socrates and sleep

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