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viewless

[vyoo-lis]
adjective
  1. giving no view: a viewless window.
  2. without an opinion or opinions.
  3. Obsolete. that cannot be seen; invisible.
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Origin of viewless

First recorded in 1595–1605; view + -less
Related formsview·less·ly, adverb
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Examples from the Web for viewless

Historical Examples of viewless

  • Yonder the look of a face was cut on the viewless air as on marble.

    A Summer Evening's Dream

    Edward Bellamy

  • The four quarters of heaven were fitted together with a viewless joint.

    The Wrong Woman

    Charles D. Stewart

  • In his character of Hades, the viewless, he is hard and inexorable.

  • Addressing the viewless rapper she said "count ten;" the raps obeyed.

    Hydesville

    Thomas Olman Todd

  • The speed of the current in her veins was just then as swift as it was viewless.

    Shirley

    Charlotte Bront


British Dictionary definitions for viewless

viewless

adjective
  1. (of windows, etc) not affording a view
  2. having no opinions
  3. poetic invisible
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