lineless

lineless

(ˈlaɪnləs)
adj
not having or impressed with lines
References in classic literature ?
Not a day more than thirty, his face, save for the adumbrated puff sacks under the eyes, was as smooth and lineless as a boy's.
With a full head of hair and a lineless face that belied his age, the Australian wasn't afraid to let everyone know his feelings on any subject.
According to the company, this innovative product further extends DSM's Syn-Peptides product range in response to consumers' desire to have lineless eyes.
1 Was Amanda Holden sending this photo of her taut, lineless bottom to a surgical clinic as the template for her next "non-invasive facial"?
The girl--she looked no older than twenty--had a round, lineless face and long, shiny, straight black hair.
The assembly pallets are transported through the assembly system by lineless mobile robots.
Zaido turned the fluorescent lights off and played our song requests while we wrote on colored, lineless paper.
Now the watchdogs are urging women fighting the wrinkle war to stick to creams like Simple - a fraction of the price of the pounds 48.93 Dr Brant Lineless Eye Cream - and save cash.
174, Boccherini's textural, lineless music offers passages that invite the listener to suppose something "barely announced."
Tri-Hyaluronic Acid Complex: An industry first, Tri-Hyaluronic Acid Complex is a unique blend of three Hyaluronic Acid technologies that work at multiple levels in the skin to help replenish, rebuild and sustain the ideal moist environment for more lineless, youthful looking skin.
Tapping into this market you'll find not only a large cologne bar stocking every scent from Dior to Acua di Parma, but also the widest selection of men's grooming aids you'll probably find in Dubai - including M-Lab's anti-ageing cream for dhs1,450 (all those peptides don't come cheap), as well as the more affordable Dr Brandt's range with tempting potions such as laser in a bottle, crease release, lineless eye cream, and pores no more - all geared to the tougher male skin.
The charm of Beloved, her "new skin, lineless and smooth" (Morrison 50), like that of a child, "lies to a great extent in [her] narcissism, [her] self-contentment and inaccessibility" ("On Narcissism" 89).