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- adj. Lacking vibration
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James Weldon Johnson's metaphoric "Night" represents the non-vibratory realm of reality where nothing is manifested, only the mind of God exists in that vibrationless realm.
The family car will be soundless, vibrationless and self-propelled thermostatically.
The ship is perfectly vibrationless, and is insulated to the point where you can speak in an ordinary voice.
Noiseless and vibrationless, just like the crystal.
Ziplines are so quiet and vibrationless that you only really notice motion when you're stopping or starting.
In addition to the comfort afforded by vibrationless flight, it will also have a beneficial effect on the maintenance and life of the aircraft.
Silent, vibrationless, and it required no warming up.