printless

[ print-lis ]
/ ˈprɪnt lɪs /

adjective

making, retaining, or showing no print or impression.

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Origin of printless

First recorded in 1600–10; print + -less
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Example sentences from the Web for printless

  • Her waist was slender; and as she ran, she outstripped the winds, and her footsteps were printless on the tender herb.

    Imogen|William Godwin
  • That on the sands, with printless feet, Do chase the ebbing Neptune, and do fly him When he comes back again.

    Uppingham by the Sea|John Henry Skrine