sparkless


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sparkless

(ˈspɑːklɪs)
adj
having no spark
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I wondered how my fire would be; the night was cold, and I shuddered at the prospect of a grate full of sparkless cinders.
The regular tramp of horse and tread of men Did smite the silence like an anvil black And sparkless. With her wide eyes at full strain, Our Tuscan nurse exclaimed, Alack, alack, Signora!
Norway's operators routinely use sparkless tools on offshore facilities, so that explosions do not result when welding or other such work is conducted in an area where volatile hydrocarbons may lurk.
Utterly witless, listless, sparkless and senseless, this supernatural actioner makes one long for the comparative sophistication of the conceptually identical "Underworld" franchise.
The apparatus consisted of a sparkless induction motor driving rubber bellows via a gearing mechanism.
SPARKLESS: Hughes' men don't impress BULL'S HIGH: Jimmy Bullard's textbook penalty floors Shay Given and earns Hull a share of the spoils at Eastlands to continue their impressive revival