Definitions

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  • adj. Without a park (recreational area).

Etymologies

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park +‎ -less

Examples

  • I was just speaking about high-rise/parkland vs. low-rise/parkless development in general.

    Matthew Yglesias » Density and Building Height

  • I ... maintain (1) that ... extensions of our road systems into the wilderness are seldom yielding a return sufficient to amortize the public investment; (2) that even where they do yield such a return, their construction is not necessarily in the public interest, any more than obtaining an economic return from the last vacant lot in a parkless city would be in the public interest.

    Excerpts from Aldo Leopold's Writings

  • The parkless park as imagined by the Graphics and Imaging Laboratory, University of Washington.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • From Earth Science Picture of the Day, the amorphous, self-organizing and self-destructing parkless park as breathtakingly enacted by a million European starlings: During spring in Denmark, at approximately one half an hour before sunset, flocks of more than a million European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) gather from all corners to join in the incredible formations shown above.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Lastly, what will the crowd actually do in a real parkless park?

    The Parkless Park

  • But the Gilder Tenement House Commission had been sitting, the Committee of Seventy had been at work, and a law was on the statute books authorizing the expenditure of three million dollars for two open spaces in the parkless district on the East Side, where Jacob Beresheim was born.

    XI. Letting in the Light

  • Tenement House Commission had been sitting, the Committee of Seventy had been at work, and a law was on the statute books authorizing the expenditure of three million dollars for two open spaces in the parkless district on the East Side, where Jacob Beresheim was born.

    The Battle with the Slum

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