I saw some letters in Our Post-office Box asking for remedies for songless canaries.
Strictly speaking, these birds may be considered as songless.
The poet wonders what "songless tongueless ghost of sin crept through the curtains of the night."
And she was only a female thing—a reed of the river, songless, and blown by the wind as the rest were.
In a fork of one of these a bird's nest of last year was still hanging; but it was now empty, songless, joyless, and dead.
In the songless silence the robin was practising his autumn reverie.
They are songless birds, and yet all are musicians; they make the dry limbs eloquent of the coming change.
So the land is blasted and barren and songless, and those who dwell in it are in misery.
O attendants mine, in what moans of bitter lamentation do I dwell, in the songs of a songless strain unfit for the lyre, alas!
There it is dingy-brown, and songless, and it smells of smoke.