from The Century Dictionary.
- Having no steeds or horses.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having no steed; without a horse.
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- adjective Without a
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Then Prasena, with many keen arrows of straight course, covered the steedless grandson of Sini, and seemed to dance upon his car.
Staying on that steedless car, Drona's son, smiling the while, hurled at the son of Pandu a heavy mallet that looked like a dreadful mace with iron-spikes.
Alighting then from his steedless vehicle, and taking up a bright shield decked with golden moons, and armed also with a sword that was blue as the sky,
Thy son, then, alighting from that steedless car, stood on the Earth in imminent danger.
Then Nakula, steedless and carless and armourless, O monarch, quickly alighting from his car, stood, armed with a spiked bludgeon.
Bowless and carless and steedless and driverless, the son of Prishata then took up a huge scimitar and a blazing shield decked with a hundred moons.
I was also made steedless and carless by him in the very sight of Yuyudhana, of
Abandoning with speed that steedless car, Shakuni, that foremost of men, stood on the ground, with his bow ready drawn in his hands, his eyes red like blood in rage, and himself breathing heavily.
Indeed, king Yudhishthira the just, staying on his steedless and driverless car, desired to take up a dart.
A great sorrow afflicted the heart of thy sons, when Kritavarma was thus made steedless and driverless and carless.