mouthless


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mouthless

(ˈmaʊθlɪs)
adj
without a mouth
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mouthless - having no mouth or mouthlike openingmouthless - having no mouth or mouthlike opening
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
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And, at last, they distinctly heard his voice in their right ears, the impossible voice, the mouthless voice, saying:
Created in 1974, the bewhiskered, mouthless Hello Kitty has become a global icon with fans of all ages.
Hello Kitty, the mouthless character, has spawned a multi-billion-dollar industry since Sanrio introduced it in 1974.
water but are baffled as to how to aid the thirsty, mouthless officer;
Ah, Mouthless Things, published in Korean in 2003 and now translated for the first time into English, is a pocket-sized collection of poems that bespeak astonishing pain and awe.
On a whale skull they found a number of zombie worms, mouthless fleshy tubes that hang around until bacteria has broken down the bone marrow and suck up the resulting soup.
Sikan is seated at the center of a table surrounded by female figures who, while mouthless (like all of the characters depicted in the artist's work), display vaguely menacing miens and gestures.
Imagine: I was sniffing while playing 'Bomber Man' (yes, that game where a mouthless guy drops bombs and hopes they explode and kill hovering balloons and water droplets); the game is special to me because my mom and I used to play it every night.
Best Local Album: Millions of The Mouthless Dead by Attrition Martin Bowes/Attrition never just makes music.
Certainly the Wanjinas--the cosmological beings that have been represented in the region's celebrated rock art for thousands of years--should have particular resonance for the latter, with their strong outlines, halo-like headdresses and mouthless faces with blank, round eyes (Fig.
They wear the same hairstyle, and their faces are mouthless. In a distortive gesture that is reminiscent of cubist painting, the artist paints incomplete, circular eyes evoking testicular glands that support phallic noses.
The mouthless character did not speak but waved and struck poses, sending many on the floor blurting out "kawaii!", the Japanese word for "cute".