Related formsweight·less·ly, adverbweight·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for weightlessness
We endured the strangling thrust of acceleration, and then the weightlessness of just coasting on our built-up velocity.Stamped Caution|Raymond Zinke Gallun
As the men drifted in, Temple was amazed to see the progress they had made with weightlessness.
Struggling with weightlessness, he made his way back to the small room he shared with Arkalion.
They jumped and came toward her, clumsily fighting the weightlessness.The Guardians|Irving Cox
Brent walked with the mincing steps necessary for movement in weightlessness.Space Tug|Murray Leinster
British Dictionary definitions for weightlessness
- (of economic activity) based on the supply of information and ideas rather than trade in physical goodsthe weightless economy
- (of a company) having very few physical assetsweightless dot.coms