pieceless

pieceless

(ˈpiːslɪs)
adj
rare without any pieces
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Donne's final approach to this theme returns to the alchemical imagery of the poems opening stanzas: In those poor types of God (round circles) so Religions' types, the pieceless centres flow, And are in all the lines which all ways go.
Now, through the symbol of the "pieceless centres" or indivisible centerpoints from which all radii proceed, the flow of religion is omni-directional.
(18) Citing this line, the OED lists "pieceless" as a nonce-word.