from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without matter, void of matter
- adj. unimportant, irrelevant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not being, or having, matter.
- adj. Unimportant; immaterial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Void of matter, substance, or significance; immaterial, either literally or figuratively; of no consequence or importance.
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No one's, for the most high is "matterless" not, and bodyless, not; or what body looks like where, that mine is?
It was an epic failure and Lindsay should probably revisit that time now that he is feeling matterless/disenfranchised.
Unless, you or I or anyone else for that matter allows the Holy Spirit to work through them, than all else is matterless.
Materialists who hold that the mind is a complex physical system deny that it is possible for there to be an Evil Genius world, since, on their view, your mind could not possibly exist in a matterless world.
Several large compartments were devoted to the machinery which automatically serviced the vessel -- refrigerators, heaters, generators and purifiers for water and air, and the numberless other mechanisms which would make the cruiser a comfortable and secure home, as well as an invincible battleship, in the heatless, lightless, airless, matterless waste of illimitable, inter-galactic space.
Tabloid trash, mostly-the mindless "writing" about the matterless.
The mind is the only component of the human body which is matterless.
In the matterless world 1 / 10,000 of a second is an infinitely long time.
Of course, it is matterless now, in a sense, but at that moment it looked like leaving those on the ship to certain death. "
"It is never matterless how any girl marries, squire; and our