Definitions

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  • adj. Free from toil.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Free from toil.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Free from toil.

Etymologies

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toil +‎ -less

Examples

  • The dream of toilless happiness was the dream of a return to primeval innocence and it was to take centuries before men could introduce the notion of the dignity of labor into common belief.

    PRIMITIVISM

  • I at once, but with great reluctance, shot Reinhardt, and set to work to get the last of the provisions, and the most necessary of the implements, into the kayak, making haste to put out to the toilless luxury of being borne on the water, after all the weary trudge.

    The Purple Cloud

  • Btl. Now, Beverley, do you toilless how wioug you have been I Btv. Why, I begin to see my mistake.

    A Bold Stroke for a Wife: A Comedy

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