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gunless

(ˈɡʌnlɪs)
adj
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) having no gun
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The debilitated cousin, more debilitated by the dreariness of the place, gets into a fearful state of depression, groaning under penitential sofa-pillows in his gunless hours and protesting that such fernal old jail's--nough t'sew fler up--frever.
Tonight they lay out somewhere below him, chartless, foodless, tentless, gunless - except for Hurree Babu, guideless.
Nandy Pacheco, founder of Gunless Society of the Philippines has called to strengthen our gun control laws.
They stayed gunless and relied on officials to be armed.
Tungkulin yan ng pamahalaan at hindi ng mga sibilyan,' Nandy Pacheco of the Gunless Society of the Philippines told Radio Veritas in an interview.
For the safety of everyone and for the common good," three groups of citizens - Gunless Society, PPCRV, Physicians for Peace - are telling Comelec "the gun ban is meaningless when many categories of civilians and candidates are exempted.
There we stood, driven four miles [out of camp by the enemy] already, quietly waiting for what might be further and immediate disaster, and far in the rear we heard the stragglers and hospital [foragers] and the gunless artillerymen [whose pieces had been captured] actually cheering as though a victory had been won.
For his part, Nandy Pacheco, head of the group Gunless Society, said his organisation had been advocating since 1992 for a Philippines where only law enforcement authorities will be allowed to carry firearms, but Congress, time and again, had rejected their request for certain reasons.
Once the agents have been rendered "chartless, foodless, tentless, gunless .