sourceless

sourceless

(ˈsɔːslɪs)
adj
having no source
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To trail the genealogies of these high mortal miseries, carries us at last among the sourceless primogenitures of the gods; so that, in the face of all the glad, hay-making suns, and soft-cymballing, round harvest-moons, we must needs give in to this: that the gods themselves are not for ever glad.
Rieu tweeted a sourceless video claiming that French Muslims on Facebook are posting smiley faces on a video of the Notre Dame fire.
To imagine these pearls requires that we project a kind of sourceless Tight' into the scene to illuminate them: a flickering glimmer with no reflected origin except the mind itself.
Likewise, sweeping statements that purport to counter press coverage but are in fact sourceless generalities, like the assertion that "many people say" (136) something is true, are not true executive counterspeech because they provide no verifiable, specific additional facts.
Sounds quaint, I know.) Our own America is now convulsed over "fake news," "sourceless reporting," and a "failed press." Plenty of yelling.
The images become sourceless, domesticated, recontextualized, and transformed--like memes.
In another of those breath-taking seams, in which McCarthy's world folds into Beckett's, the light in The Road is describes as 'sourceless'--the 'faint light all about, quivering and sourceless, refracted in the rain of drifting soot' (pp13-14).
A low, sourceless talk floats from the grid, animals bay and moan.
The medium has been assumed as lossless and sourceless.
Maxwell's curl equations in homogeneous, lossless and sourceless medium can be written as:
In French Guiana, NeoScope(+) sourceless formation evaluation while drilling service acquired formation evaluation measurements for Tullow Oil, along with its partners, in a remote exploration well in the Zaedyus field.