Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without strings.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having no strings.

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  • adjective Without string.

Etymologies

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string +‎ -less

Examples

  • By using the word 'stringless' I did not intend to imply that UMG himself has or had a lack of romantic attachments that would therefore suggest him being stringless.

    The One With The Missing Five Days

  • “I guess they thought going stringless was supposed to make up for the bad acting.”

    Master of Mirrors

  • “I guess they thought going stringless was supposed to make up for the bad acting.”

    Master of Mirrors

  • “Since the Webb family marionettes are supposed to be ‘stringless,’ Ms. Wiggins and I were experimenting with different kinds of string to see which ones would be difficult for an audience to see.”

    Master of Mirrors

  • The stringless school-of-Nelson-Riddle big-band accompaniment will likewise seem undernourished to anyone familiar with the original-cast album, which features the swing-for-the-fences orchestrations of Robert Ginzler.

    Lovable, Huggable, And Unscrupulous Too

  • “Since the Webb family marionettes are supposed to be ‘stringless,’ Ms. Wiggins and I were experimenting with different kinds of string to see which ones would be difficult for an audience to see.”

    Master of Mirrors

  • Will, on the other hand, has never felt less weakened by morality than he does now, with his son crouched there like a stringless puppet.

    The Redleys

  • Will, on the other hand, has never felt less weakened by morality than he does now, with his son crouched there like a stringless puppet.

    The Redleys

  • He took it down, and opened the case to find a stringless fiddle resting under a square of green velvet.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • Even raw, it's tender, fairly stringless and sweet.

    Groundwork: The towering bean

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