Definitions

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  • adj. Without a shutter.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no shutters.

Etymologies

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shutter +‎ -less

Examples

  • Imagine shutterless slabs of X3 chips continually grabbing images and shipping them to supercomputers for pattern data-mining.

    THE FILM OF TOMORROW

  • Nina laid down on her back on a pile of soft mats, her hands entwined under her head, gazing through the shutterless hole, serving as a window at the stars twinkling on the black sky; she was awaiting the time of start for her appointed meeting-place.

    Almayer's Folly

  • The stead's house, visible a hundred yards back from the road, had a sagging roof and empty, shutterless windows.

    The Soprano Sorceress

  • The remnants of the garden fence, when they reached it, the tangled growth in which herb and weed contended for root and light and space, the doorless doorway and shutterless window, all sounded a note of humanity departed and human occupation abandoned.

    The Potter's Field

  • The low pales of the fence that marked out the garden were set far apart, a mere sketched boundary, no bar to beast or man, and the door of the hut stood wide open, so that they saw through into the inner room where the constant lamp on the stone altar showed tiny and dim as a single spark, almost quenched by the light falling from the tiny shutterless window above.

    The Hermit of Eyton Forest

  • Given the use of identical yarns, cloths of identical quality may be produced by power-operated shuttle looms and shutterless looms with the following exceptions:

    Chapter 6

  • Naked, shutterless, porchless, and hot, they stood in the blazing afternoon sunshine, as obtrusive as the wart on a man's nose, and as ugly.

    Joyce's Investments A Story for Girls

  • "There was no light but the moon shining in through the shutterless window, and no talk that I heard," said Childe Charity; and she thought they must have been dreaming.

    Granny's Wonderful Chair

  • She saw the dog lying quietly in the corner, Childe Charity sleeping soundly in her bed, and the moon shining through the shutterless window.

    Granny's Wonderful Chair

  • Not a fence, even, remained -- nothing but the old home -- shutterless, plasterless, its roof rotten, its cellar the abode of hogs.

    The Bishop of Cottontown A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills

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