Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without a Muse; disregarding the power of poetry.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Unregardful of the Muses; disregarding the power of poetry; unpoetical.

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  • adjective Uncultured.

Etymologies

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From muse +‎ -less

Examples

  • The bland and museless William McKinley, America's 25th president, was Hanna's political masterwork.

    Little-Known Gold From the Gilded Age

  • Lycurgus their lawgiver was so addicted to elegant learning, as to have been the first that brought out of Ionia the scattered works of Homer, and sent the poet Thales from Crete to prepare and mollify the Spartan surliness with his smooth songs and odes, the better to plant among them law and civility, it is to be wondered how museless and unbookish they were, minding nought but the feats of war.

    Areopagitica

  • Lycurgus their lawgiver was so addicted to elegant learning, as to have been the first that brought out of Ionia the scattered works of Homer, and sent the poet Thales from Crete to prepare and mollify the Spartan surliness with his smooth songs and odes, the better to plant among them law and civility, it is to be wondered how museless and unbookish they were, minding nought but the feats of war.

    Areopagitica

  • Considering your last post, you're forgiven for having a museless day.

    Why Don't You Leave Your Name and Number and I'll Get Back To You?

  • Song of Battle; praise, however, being the keynote of passion through all the four forms; according to the first law which I have already given in the "Laws of Fésole"; "all great Art is Praise," of which the contrary is also true, all foul or miscreant Art is accusation, [Greek: diabolê]: "She gave me of the tree and I did eat" being an entirely museless expression on Adam's part, the briefly essential contrary of

    On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2) A Collection of Miscellaneous Essays and Articles on Art and Literature

  • Song of Battle; praise, however, being the keynote of passion through all the four forms; according to the first law which I have already given in the laws of Fesolé; 'all great Art is Praise,' of which the contrary is also true, all foul or miscreant Art is accusation, [Greek: diabolê]: 'She gave me of the tree and I did eat' being an entirely museless expression on Adam's part, the briefly essential contrary of

    The Crown of Wild Olive also Munera Pulveris; Pre-Raphaelitism; Aratra Pentelici; The Ethics of the Dust; Fiction, Fair and Foul; The Elements of Drawing

  • Considering your last post, you’re forgiven for having a museless day. aimee/greeblemonkey Said,

    Why Don’t You Leave Your Name and Number and I’ll Get Back To You? | Her Bad Mother

  • That other leading city of Greece, Lacedaemon, considering that Lycurgus their lawgiver was so addicted to elegant learning, as to have been the first that brought out of Ionia the scattered works of Homer, and sent the poet Thales from Crete to prepare and mollify the Spartan surliness with his smooth songs and odes, the better to plant among them law and civility, it is to be wondered how museless and unbookish they were, minding nought but the feats of war.

    Areopagitica A speech for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing to the Parliament of England

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