a.1.Without Sabbath, or intermission of labor; hence, without respite or rest.
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If the book is successful, however, Bornnatural may be taken as meaning "one who inherits the Natural Sentiments and Tastes to which he was born, still artunsullied and customfree."(48) Ellison's sonnets, which deplore "Moneystandards," can at times seem to prefigure Gerard Manley Hopkins in their freedom with compound adjectives and nouns: What is our Meritmeasure on life's high And beaten Road, where with dustsoiled feet, The Sabbathless Herd crawls on with toil and sweat, In Mammonstrain?
"A Sabbathless society is an expression of slavery and leaves people vulnerable."