Definitions

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  • adjective Without a stage.

Etymologies

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stage +‎ -less

Examples

  • "In addition to familiar devices of Hitch's early years (awkward train car interactions, potential murder weapons brandished casually during civil conversations, staged and stageless performances, uneasy urbanite-farmer exchanges, ineffectual cops) we see embryonic signs of his Hollywood iconography," notes

    GreenCine Daily

  • "In addition to familiar devices of Hitch's early years (awkward train car interactions, potential murder weapons brandished casually during civil conversations, staged and stageless performances, uneasy urbanite-farmer exchanges, ineffectual cops) we see embryonic signs of his Hollywood iconography," notes

    GreenCine Daily

  • "In addition to familiar devices of Hitch's early years (awkward train car interactions, potential murder weapons brandished casually during civil conversations, staged and stageless performances, uneasy urbanite-farmer exchanges, ineffectual cops) we see embryonic signs of his Hollywood iconography," notes

    GreenCine Daily

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