mouthless


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mouthless

(ˈmaʊθlɪs)
adj
without a mouth
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Adj.1.mouthless - having no mouth or mouthlike openingmouthless - having no mouth or mouthlike opening
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
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And, at last, they distinctly heard his voice in their right ears, the impossible voice, the mouthless voice, saying:
The new Attrition album, Millions Of The Mouthless Dead, by Martin Bowes and Anni Hogan, is based on a poem by Charles Hamilton Sorley and is inspired by William Bowes, Martin's grandfather and the millions on all sides that experienced the living hell that was the Europe of 1914-1918.
Certainly the Wanjinas--the cosmological beings that have been represented in the region's celebrated rock art for thousands of years--should have particular resonance for the latter, with their strong outlines, halo-like headdresses and mouthless faces with blank, round eyes (Fig.
They wear the same hairstyle, and their faces are mouthless.
The mouthless character did not speak but waved and struck poses, sending many on the floor blurting out "kawaii
The mouthless design create the impression that Hello Kitty looks happy when the person holding her is also happy; she will look sad if the person is sad.