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  • adv. In a shadeless way: exposedly, without shelter from the sun.
  • adv. In a shadeless way: without shades of colour.


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  • In his hurry Roy almost flung himself from rock to rock down the descent; but he had to pause to take off his fur coat, for in this sheltered spot the sun beat shadelessly, the snow melted as he passed, the stones ran with moisture, and in the crannies of the rocks young green things were everywhere starting into growth.

    The Adventures of Akbar


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