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stringless

(ˈstrɪŋlɪs)
adj
without strings
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I ecstatically run back toward the labyrinthine aisles, outracing the stringless, scriptless, sober universe.
The main differences are that the court has walls (methacrylate usually), the balls can be played off these walls as in squash, and that players use solid, stringless racquets.
It's also an excellent pumpkin to eat with sweet, stringless flesh.
The main difference between padel and tennis is that the courts have walls and balls can be played off them using solid, stringless racquets.
These "stringless" hybrid instruments are a step beyond even very good digital pianos, especially for students who need to develop adequate technique to play virtuosic classical repertoire.
The main differences are that the court has walls (methacrylate usually) where the balls can be played off them in a similar way as the in the game of squash and that players use solid, stringless racquets.
The vegetables studied belonged to three different cultivars, which mainly differed for pod colour: (a) Cv Purple Queen, heirloom pole bean with beautiful purple pods, purple-veined leaves, and violet flowers: the large purple pods are easy to see, making harvesting easier; (b) Cv Brittle Wax, producing beautiful, uniformly slender filet-style beans, but with yellow colour and great flavor; (c) Cv Allure, fine green filet bean that produces slender, stringless pods.
I grew the stringless variety 'Firestorm' from Thompson and Morgan this year.
I'm looking for a company or individual that sells giant stringless heirloom bush bean seeds.
That seemed to be the way we would be doing things for the foreseeable future--until [2014], when I started seeing what was developing with stringless paving."