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  • adj. Without treasure or treasures.


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treasure +‎ -less


  • One mistep into a horrible future – a long life in confusion doing the nasties to a treasureless creature and drinking sour beverages containing cubes of disgusting meltiness.

    DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON • by Walter Giersbach

  • "Of what use is it to have a treasureless treasurer?"

    Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus

  • Crawford's time one search band took a "good man" to lay the watcher, when they strove to scale the height, but they returned "sorely bruised, treasureless, and not even saw that wonderful sight."

    Myths and Legends of Our Own Land — Volume 04 : Tales of Puritan Land

  • So that, as man goeth treasureless to his grave, whatever he may have accumulated before the fatal moment, they had to set off for the far country without chest or ginger-beer -- not therefore altogether so desolate and unprovided for as they imagined.

    The Seaboard Parish Volume 1

  • If your hands are empty, treasureless, if your toes have not grown claws, if your obedient voice has not become a wild cry, a howl, you will reassure them.

    Ben Saunders


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