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  • adj. Without a ribbon.


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ribbon +‎ -less


  • He smoothed her ribbonless, windblown hair from her face and kissed her.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • He placed the ribbonless end of the blue material on his abdomen, pulled the rest between his legs and up the back, and getting hold of the ends of the ribbon, brought them around the sides, meaning to tie them together hi front.

    Arcana Magi - c.1: Oryn Zentharis, Seeker of the Truth

  • She says that one magazine even threatened to write about her ribbonless ways.

    Tyranny Of The Red Ribbon

  • I love the way the blue flowers in the ribbonless ribbon cake have been organised on one side to cover up the fact that the cake isn't straight.

    Wedding Wrecks

  • No one ever saw him without his single eye-glass and there was a rumour that he wore it ribbonless while he operated.

    The Nursing Home Murder

  • But my thoughts were not entirely with the chief actors in the play, rather with the squad of soldiers who had surrounded them, the supers who would have enjoyed medals, too, and upon whom opportunity had not smiled; whose epic of brave deeds may never be read, and who, by chance, may go legless yet ribbonless up the

    Defenders of Democracy; contributions from representative men and women of letters and other arts from our allies and our own country, edited by the Gift book committee of the Militia of Mercy

  • Nothing came to McInerney, who was one of the many soldiers who went through years of battle, always doing their duty superbly, but emerging ribbonless at the end.

    The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad

  • Men in ugly gray clothing, their faces shaded with broad, ribbonless straw hats, were working at loading a boat with large boxes, which they carried to the quay from a truck on a miniature local railway line.

    The Castle Of The Shadows

  • Carrying her everlasting black ribbonless straw hat, which appropriately cast a shadow over her prying white face, she saluted the men with a slight bow and Lisa with a sharp smile.

    The Fat and the Thin

  • As much as I love my set of prayer books, I must admit that iBreviary has saved Atticus and I many ribbonless minutes on busy workday mornings.

    Karen Edmisten


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