from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Devoid of vapor, as a perfect vacuum.
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Many localities remained dry -- or vaporless, as proponents put it -- primarily because of concern about drugged driving.
When he is borne of that television, we discover him to be a product of his environment: a vaporless void, a mere reflection.
In a few minutes the airship was over the Athabasca River again, which was now vaporless and white beneath them.
Again with both hands Kútĕrastan wiped his eyes and sweating face and, rubbing his hands together as if he were rolling a small pebble between the palms, suddenly parted them with a quick downward fling, and there before him on a shining, vaporless, mirage-like cloud sat a little girl no larger than a doll.
The heavens were still and vaporless, as we as a people collectively came to a halt in mourning and awakening to a devastation we'd never dreamed of.
I could not have argued the cause of a new, clean, gasless and vaporless light like electricity any better myself. "