Definitions

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  • adjective Without regions.
  • adjective Not confined to a single region.

Etymologies

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region +‎ -less

Examples

  • He would either need an American DVD player or a special one set up to be "regionless" or "multisystem" to play DVDs from other regions.

    American Thinker

  • So for the moment, while the media focuses on the pronunciation of a Puerto Rican's judge's last name, I'll take this lull in Mid-East activity to highlight an aspect of this regionless region that deserves credit: the music.

    Derek Beres: Global Beat Fusion: Six Degrees of the Middle East

  • The DVD is regionless, so I'm guessing Virgin bought a stack of imports and sold them over here, which they do often (they did just recently with Bloc Party's Silent Alarm, before it was released here).

    Hot butter is toast (Music (For Robots))

  • Her childhood had known nothing of fairyland, and now, in this tardy awakening of the imaginative part of her nature, she thought sometimes of Capri much as a child is wont to think of the enchanted countries, nameless, regionless, in books of fable.

    The Emancipated

  • It reminded her a bit of Cary Grant’s oddly regionless speech.

    Sonnet of the Sphinx

  • A slight, fair young man with no pretensions to good looks, he spoke a grammatical, fairly regionless English and had, he said in answer to Richard’s question, been carefully tutored by his mother before going to a charity school.

    Morgan’s Run

  • A slight, fair young man with no pretensions to good looks, he spoke a grammatical, fairly regionless English and had, he said in answer to Richard’s question, been carefully tutored by his mother before going to a charity school.

    Morgan’s Run

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