- speechless, silent, or mute.
- not put into words; unexpressed.
Origin of wordless
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Examples from the Web for wordless
The Caldecott-honored Red Book by Barbara Lehman has been described as “a wordless mind trip for tots.”Make Your Kids Smarter in the Car
K. Emily Bond
July 31, 2010
It was a wordless pantomime, the ensuing scene, and Bert watched in amazement.Wanderer of Infinity
In his perplexity the wordless accusation that morning had been correct at that.Once to Every Man
Almost sullenly he followed her down the road, wordless, bewildered, and despairing.The Plunderer
Then he lifted it into the air with a wordless shout, filled his lungs and laughed.Pagan Passions
Gordon Randall Garrett
I think they all breathed a sort of wordless prayer, then Dick spoke.The Heiress of Wyvern Court
- inarticulate or silent
- music of or relating to vocal music that is not provided with an articulated texta wordless chorus