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a.1.Having no fringe.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is all a matter of personal taste and the size they choose depends on the configuration of their room, as well as their personal budget and most opt for fringeless versions because they hate fighting with their vacuum cleaners.
Notable taxonomic observations included the Purple Fringeless Orchid, Platanthera peramoena (A.
She was very small for her age, and her round shoulders and thin, sallow face, her tangled mass of reddish-brown hair; her large, violet eyes, which seemed hungry for affection, with their red, swollen, fringeless lids; her blue lips, and crooked teeth, made the picture at which she looked [in the mirror] anything but pleasing.