skyless


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skyless

(ˈskaɪlɪs)
adj
having no sky
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At the very end of his long effort measured by skyless space and time without depth, the purpose is achieved.
In the former situation, the absence of UV radiation may disorient insects by creating a "skyless" environment so that an insect would not know where it is able to fly.
Skyless and claustrophobic, they nevertheless manage to convey a sense of vast, breathtaking beauty, a feat even more impressive in three works all achieving the same high caliber.