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  • adj. Without vice.


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  • I am your viceless, taxpaying, family man of faith – you, in an afternoon dream.

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  • It is one of the qualities his fans find most endearing: Mr. Gervais — a chubby, irritable, viceless, dark, British, atheist genius — laughs like a 9-year-old girl.

    The Great Gervais

  • I. 6, not unlike her erratic mother in appearance, but viceless.

    Tam o' the Scoots

  • He gasps; he wonders whether the English _mees_ is as innocent as she looks -- or used to look -- and does not know the _perfide_ tongue of the _perfide Albion_ well enough to be aware that nothing shocking is said, and that it is pretended that the _cocotte_ is a mere kindly friend, the _collage_ a trifling flirtation, the _debauche_ a viceless lark, and that the foulest conduct of husband or wife does not reach a real breach of the commandment more often broken in England than the rest of the sacred ten.

    Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

  • The Market Street Oyster Bar, in Salt Lake City, which is otherwise apparently viceless, makes a big thing of New Zealand orange roughy (avoid), a fish that lives to be 140 if you let it, but doesn’t reproduce until the age of 28.

    Terms of Endangerment


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