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  • adj. Without a pad or pads (in various senses).


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pad +‎ -less


  • “That's so sweet,” she said as she covered the peaks with the beige padless cups.

    The Fallen Oak

  • A month later I was “padless” you know what I mean! and was happily sporting wood soon thereafter.

    The small c and me « BuzzMachine

  • Some other poor sucker may go padless on one leg because of the same lack of clarity.

    Are You Advertising One Knee or Two?

  • "When I first got here, I thought I wasn't going to be able to find anybody to hang out with," said the 6-foot-3, 225-pound junior-to-be, one of six quarterback prospects for the Eagles, who opened spring drills with a padless workout Wednesday afternoon. Latest stories

  • Despite the clean slate, the Illini, padless for four months, had some frustration lingering after their season-ending loss to Northwestern.

    The Daily Illini - The Independent Student Newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

  • Either that, or have one of Billy Collins Jr. family memmbers beat the $hit out Panama Lewis with a pair of padless boxing gloves.

    Doghouse Boxing News

  • The result: a padless workout on the shore of Lake Washington that was an undeniably pleasant way to spend more than 90 minutes in the sun.

    The Seattle Times

  • Most teams go padless late in the season, and some very rarely wear them once camp breaks, in an effort to keep players fresh in a long season.

  • After two days of padless drills, coach Urban Meyer and his staff wanted to see how the team would respond to hitting. - Latest Headlines

  • Bean counters will lament the fact that the iMac now ships with the smaller, number padless aluminum keyboard, although this is sort of mitigated by a free upgrade to the extended keyboard if you shop online at

    Low End Mac


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