ringless


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ringless

(ˈrɪŋləs)
adj
lacking rings or a ring
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Why, you're not very fit for travelling," she said, glancing while she spoke at Hetty's ringless hand.
Also for sale alongside the portrait is a proof copy of the poet's Ringless Fingers poem and a limited edition pamphlet of poems published by the couple's son Gwydion.
He didn't, and when they return home, Annie throws a comic hissy-fit over her ringless state -- at the very moment Jake was poised to put a ring on her finger.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Having introduced NR Ringless Ceramic Pistons for Automobiles and Small Engines this year, NIAMA-REISSER, LLC, a Vehicle and Propulsion Service Provider has been developing and marketing "Large Displacement" Internal Combustion Engine Pistons around the globe.
But Sally, 57, said things were fine between her and husband Norman Stone and the reason for being ringless was down to the warm weather.
In, where he opines on the status of truth in the media and gestures to the camera, allowing viewers, perhaps coincidentally, to get a view of his ringless left hand.
LUSCIOUS Kate Middleton, the 29-yearold optimist who signalled hope to all spinsters with ringless fingers, has got her man.