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  • adj. Without a tower or towers.


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tower +‎ -less


  • St. Mark's is functionally finished today -- and nicknamed 'the holy box' due to its low profile -- seating about 1,000 with some extensions by Olson Sundberg Architects begun in the mid-1990s, but, towerless and still rough in spots, it looks nothing as fanciful as the vision conveyed by Brown and his colleagues in 1926.

    Arthur Brown and St. Mark's, Seattle

  • But at towerless East Bergholt, the bells are housed in a bell cage in the churchyard:

    East Bergholt Church

  • Rising up out of the landscaped lawn surrounding it, the Angelmass Studies Institute looked for all the world like some modern architect's vision of a squat, towerless castle.


  • Its ancient and towerless little church with rough, grey walls is, if possible, even more desolate-looking than that of Tytherington.

    A Shepherd's Life Impressions of the South Wiltshire Downs

  • I don't want to look at Rudy Giuliani in front of a towerless skyline at the Republican convention.


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