marrowless


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marrowless

(ˈmærəʊlɪs)
adj
(Anatomy) having no marrow
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And Peter of Colfax, cornered and fighting for his life, was no marrowless antagonist, even against the Devil of Torn.
[they] re-infuse [d] life and vigor and the sanctions of a lofty morality into the effete and marrowless institutions of the Roman world." (58) Although he became famous for his ideas on the environment, George Perkin Marsh was inspired by ideas of race and nature.
These "pur-blind chroniclers" whose vocation it is to disinter the "marrowless bones of the past" would cut off contemporary man from a past with flesh on it.