cushionless

cushionless

(ˈkʊʃənlɪs)
adj
(Furniture) without a cushion
References in classic literature ?
There being absolutely no other cushionless place to put them she stood them up against the wall on the stair landing.
The floor of the building was occupied by rows of long, cushionless benches, supplying the place of pews, and the broad aisle formed a sexual division, impassable except by children beneath a certain age.
Happily Ever After Action Transport Theatre, Whitby Hall, Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port, 0151 357 2120, - to Sat, Oct 3 The Lady Killers Southport Little Theatre, 20, Hoghton Street, 01704 530521, - to Sat, Sep 26 ATT 8-11s Drama Club Action Transport Theatre, Whitby Hall, Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port, 0151 357 2120, - to Sat, Nov 21 Lampedusa Please note: all seating will be in the form of backless and cushionless benches and there will be a limited capacity.
Silicon Valley's blend of countercultural ideals with cutthroat competition was thought to herald the latest oncoming reinvention of the American workplace; instead, it left us with the costly, cushionless Aeron chair and no privacy.
And people sitting in hard, cushionless chairs were less willing to compromise in price negotiations than people who sat in soft, comfortable chairs.
A third test showed that people placed on hard, cushionless chairs were less willing to compromise in price negotiations.
But it is, to be frank, less than optimal to learn of this from someone who has designed and is presently trying to sell a cushionless running shoe.
Half of her house was furnished with traditional Chinese furniture like the "straight, teakwood, hand-carved chairs with high tea-poys," while the other half was furnished with "straight-backed American chairs, cushionless and unadorned.