Definitions

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  • adjective Lacking a substantial plot.

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Examples

  • I wrote Drawers & Booths so that the reader couldn’t steer the ship, yet I didn’t want them to be mired down in plotless authorial ramblings.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Ara 13, part one

  • Even the most skeptical apartment dweller can conquer "plotless" gardening thanks to McGee and Stuckey's manual.

    Shelfari:

  • Even the most skeptical apartment dweller can conquer "plotless" gardening thanks to McGee and Stuckey's manual.

    Omni Daily Crush: "McGee & Stuckey's The Bountiful Container"

  • And George Furth's "plotless" book, a daisy chain of episodes occurring in the mind (maybe) of the central character, Robert (Boyd Gaines), now seems absolutely right rather than daringly new.

    Sondheim's Marriage-Go-Round

  • People used to obsess over how the word "plotless" could've been invented for Linklater; his aversion for strong narrative beats seemed almost as strong as his aversion to real conflict or villains.

    GreenCine Daily

  • People used to obsess over how the word "plotless" could've been invented for Linklater; his aversion for strong narrative beats seemed almost as strong as his aversion to real conflict or villains.

    GreenCine Daily

  • People used to obsess over how the word "plotless" could've been invented for Linklater; his aversion for strong narrative beats seemed almost as strong as his aversion to real conflict or villains.

    GreenCine Daily

  • People used to obsess over how the word "plotless" could've been invented for Linklater; his aversion for strong narrative beats seemed almost as strong as his aversion to real conflict or villains.

    GreenCine Daily

  • So look out, plotless meta-fiction I haven't read since college!

    Colin Jost: August

  • So look out, plotless meta-fiction I haven't read since college!

    Colin Jost: August

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