returnless

returnless

(rɪˈtɜːnləs)
adj
allowing no return
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George had the satisfaction, as the bell rang out its farewell peal, to see Marks walk down the plank to the shore; and drew a long sigh of relief, when the boat had put a returnless distance between them.
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Caruthers], 'in which [the slave family] have been permitted to live on in great harmony and affection to an advanced age, but such instances, so far as my observations have gone, have been 'like angels' visits, few and far between.' Generally, in a few weeks at most, they have been separated, sold off under the hammer like other stock and borne away to a returnless distance.' An evil result of this condition of affairs was that the negroes did not regard marriage as strictly as they ought.