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- adj. Without a mouth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of a mouth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no mouth; astomatous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no mouth or mouthlike opening
Most iconic is the mouthless bauta , typically worn with a three-cornered hat and black cloak, which turns every wearer into an impersonator of Casanova.
She pictured their mouthless faces and huge claws and decided that if the Brothers were always prowling around outside the Institute, she would stay inside and learn to love the taste of pigeon.
Director Tsai Tsung-chi said he hopes the white, mouthless cat that is one of the world's most recognisable characters will ease the pain and fear associated with childbirth and being admitted into hospital.
Scimitar was still screaming his shrill mouthless scream when he tripped off the edge of the pit and sailed down into it, landing in the milk-colored brine where he flopped and thrashed for a minute before the water pouring directly into his lungs was too much and his body floated on the surface, limp, unmoving, dead.
Then there are tapeworms: eyeless, mouthless creatures that live in the intestines, stretching as long as sixty feet, made up of thousands of segments, each with its own male and female sex organs.
But this mass of beings lay in pitiful heaps in the center of a great square where there was no other living thing save three of the earless, mouthless, large-eyed creatures who poked about among the bodies.
What can we say, that puss dominates Japan like a pink, mouthless Godzilla … really, what could poor NEC do.
Cube Frenzy, a new PlayStation game (newkidco. com), brings the mouthless Kitty's charm alive in a 3-D candy-colored fantasy world reminiscent of the classic game Tetris.
Alex - I might have misheard this, of course, but I'm under the impression that the new movie Silent Hill has something to do with a fire burning underneath a town for years and years and years - only it turns out that, yep, it's the fires of Hell, and the town looks to be full of these sort of amorphic, mouthless, mutant white worm-people.
He looked at Tina, who was looking up at the mouthless, noseless Candy Brown.