letterless

letterless

(ˈlɛtələs)
adj
having no letters or written communicationhaving no knowledge of letters or the alphabet
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The only other writer I have found who connects the Linceford case with The Scarlet Letter (and she sagaciously does not even mention the letterless Mendame case) is Laura Hanft Korobkin (1997).
The Red Sox wore letterless off-white jerseys and similarly colored "B"-less caps to commemorate the Cubs' first visit to Fenway Park in 93 years.
Had taught to read, whose writing like engraving Amazed the letterless
The fear of our own young as letterless, unassimilable barbarians is perhaps an extreme vernacular form of this emotion.
In fact there is an apparent assimilation to Spanish practice; for exa mple, one reports on the nature of Inca masonry that "the stones are so smooth that they look like polished slabs with the joints in regular order after the usage in Spain." [68] Some Spanish analyses went so far as to credit the previous Inca conquerors of the indigenous population with the capacity to reduce these letterless barbarians to policia y cultura.