Definition of Cookless

1. having no person that cooks [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cookless

cooking
cooking-pot
cooking apple
cooking chocolate
cooking oil
cooking pan
cooking pot
cooking pots
cooking stove
cooking the books
cooking up
cooking utensil
cooking utensils
cooking with gas
cookings
cookless (current term)
cookmaid
cookmaids
cookoff
cookoffs
cookout
cookouts
cookroom
cookrooms
cooks
cooks the books
cooks up
cookshack
cookshacks
cookshop

Literary usage of Cookless

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1898)
"Or shall I go still further back, to the good old schoolroom days when one's dear mother used sometimes to admit that she ' had been cookless for six weeks ..."

2. The Railroads of the United States: Their History and Statistics Comprising by Henry Martyn Flint (1868)
"Great is a cook, therefore, in a cookless country ; for more lives are to be saved, or to be prolonged by cookery than by all the arts of the Pharmacopoeia. ..."

3. Who's who Among North American Authors (1921)
"cookless EATER, THE; (1915, collaborated—Produced at the Toy Tti Charlotte Porter. DANCE OF A THOUSAND VEILS, THE; (ballet, produced many years a. ..."

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