Definition of Harborless

1. a. Without a harbor; shelterless.



Definition of Harborless

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of harbourless) ¹

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Definition of Harborless

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harborless

harbor master
harbor patrol
harbor porpoise
harbor seal
harbor seals
harborage
harborages
harbored
harborer
harborers
harborfront
harborfronts
harborful
harborfuls
harboring
harborless (current term)
harbormaster
harbormasters
harborous
harbors
harborscape
harborscapes
harborside
harborsome
harbour
harbour porpoise
harbour seal
harbour seals
harbourage
harbourages

Literary usage of Harborless

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1. Vinland and Its Ruins: Some of the Evidence that Northmen Were in by Cornelia Horsford (1899)
"There is no stretch of open, harborless, sandy coast from Cape Bauld to Cape Spear, with its steep, sterile, rocky shores, f There are two or three ..."

2. America in Spitsbergen: The Romance of an Arctic Coal-mine, with an by Nathan Haskell Dole (1922)
"What was meant by a harborless country was left to the imagination. The University of Kristiania and the Norwegian Government were said to have equipped the ..."

3. The Norse Discovery of America by Andrew Fossum (1918)
"Then the land (coast) is cut by bays and they sailed into one of them. Now the coastline changes: Instead of a straight and harborless coast on the west ..."

4. The Norse Discovery of America by Andrew Fossum (1918)
"Then the land (coast) is cut by bays and they sailed into one of them. Now the coastline changes: Instead of a straight and harborless coast on the west ..."

5. Religion and Health by James Joseph Walsh (1920)
"To harbor the harborless as a work of mercy, when stated in this form, ... I could not help but think that it must be harborless sailors who needed to be ..."

6. The Iliad of Homer by Homer (1898)
"... by the barren sea, And Lemnos harborless. But as for thee, When he had taken with his cruel spear Thy life, he dragged thee round and round the tomb Of ..."

7. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"That which we kept off, and toward which the waves were driving, was as dreary and harborless a shore as you can conceive. For half a dozen rods in width it ..."

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