Definitions

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  • adj. Without a sponsor.

Etymologies

sponsor +‎ -less (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Getty Images Former U.S. President Bill Clinton poses with Ryo Ishikawa The Bob Hope Desert Classic, an early-season fixture on the PGA Tour since 1960 but sponsorless for three years, signed an eight-year deal with the William J. Clinton Foundation and Humana, the health-benefits company.

    To the Rescue: Golf's Other Bubba

  • Meanwhile, Global Neighborhoods itself remains sponsorless.

    Puppet Parody Show Gets Sponsorship; Original FastCompany Show Doesn’t

  • Johnny Benson, the defending series champion, was sponsorless.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • JTG-Daugherty fielded a Nationwide car last year for the entire schedule, but start and parked the last half of the year because the car was sponsorless.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • The move came at a tough time, but as the economy turns around, Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials hope the race may not be sponsorless for long.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • Which is why I am proposing that sponsorless shirts should be available for all fans to buy.

    Who Ate all the Pies

  • Nike needs Tiger more than Tiger needs Nike; unless young Eldrick is on his communication A-Game he could be the first sponsorless number-one golfer in the world since Babe Didrikson.

    Minyanville

  • CEO Dwayne Spradlin was especially thrilled about the response because it was InnoCentive's first-ever sponsorless problem.

    Fast Company

  • Is the team sponsorless or is the plain white on the car and the drivers intentional?

    Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

  • "Although this has been the toughest economic environment for fundraising that we have ever experienced, we believe what set us apart was our focus on a consistent middle-market investment strategy in sponsored and sponsorless financings," said Jeffrey Dickson, managing principal of Prudential Capital Partners.

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