Definition of Frictionless

1. Adjective. Lacking all friction. "A perpetual motion machine would have to be frictionless"

Partainyms: Friction



Definition of Frictionless

1. a. Having no friction.

Definition of Frictionless

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to lack of friction. ¹

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Definition of Frictionless

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frictionless

frickles
friction
friction clutch
friction hitch
friction match
friction murmur
friction rub
friction sound
friction tape
frictional
frictional-unemployment
frictional attachment
frictional blight
frictional unemployment
frictionally
frictionless (current term)
frictionlessly
frictions
frictious
frictive
frictives
fridge
fridge-freezer
fridge-freezers
fridge freezer
fridge freezers
fridge magnet
fridge magnets
fridged
fridgeful

Literary usage of Frictionless

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1. The Italian Contribution to American Democracy by John Horace Mariano (1921)
"SOCIALLY PREPARE FOR A MORE frictionless MIXING DIFFERENT ATTITUDE OF MIND —Today, as in the past, how to prepare for a more "frictionless mix- ..."

2. Progressive Furnace Heating by Alfred Grant King, William Neubecker (1914)
"There are various styles of starters but those most generally used on first class jobs are known as "box shaped" and "frictionless." Care should be taken in ..."

3. Progressive Furnace Heating by Alfred Grant King, William Neubecker (1914)
"There are various styles of starters but those most generally used on first class jobs are known as "box shaped" and "frictionless." Care should be taken in ..."

4. Resistance of Ships and Screw Propulsion by David Watson Taylor (1893)
"Suppose we have held deeply submerged, in a perfect and incompressible fluid, a small, smooth, or frictionless solid with sharp head and tail, ..."

5. A Treatise on Hydrodynamics: With Numerous Examples by Alfred Barnard Basset (1888)
"... initial value of \lr is which is the known value of i/r in the case of a frictionless liquid, as ought to be the case. When í is very large, ..."

6. Maintenance of Way and Structures by William Clyde Willard (1915)
"Weber joint on frictionless rail; DL & WRR Weber ... Lackawanna & Western RR on the frictionless rail, and designed for screw-spikes, is shown in Fig. 66. ..."

7. Applied Aerodynamics by Leonard Bairstow (1920)
"ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF FLUID MOTION frictionless Incompressible Fluid.—In spite of the fact that other and more powerful methods exist, ..."

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