2. Adjective. Without mail (postal communications). ¹
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Definition of Mailless
1. having no armor [adj]
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Literary usage of Mailless
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lady of Dardale and Other Poems by Horace Eaton Walker (1886)
"The trumpet sounds, and boldly Lacy cries: "In mailless garb, ... The corselet madly torn from reeking breast, A moment more and mailless knight confest! ..."
2. Euripides by Euripides (1912)
"If thou fear the armour's weight, Go mailless now, and lap thee mid the ranks In this array : till then will I bear all. ..."
3. King Arthur by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1851)
"... hero with the mailless breast, Whose front, serene amid the spears, had taught /To humbled Force the chivalry of Thought. ..."
4. Dynevor Terrace: Or, The Clue of Life by Charlotte Mary Yonge (1857)
"Unshielded, mailless, on he goes, Singly against a host of foes! ' JEM ! Jem ! have you heard ?' ' What should I hear ? ' Harold the Dauntless. ..."
5. The Sháhnáma of Firdausí by Firdawsī (1908)
"No one had seen Their backs in battle or one finger mailless; Their banner was a pard with claws projecting. ..."
6. The Sháhnáma of Firdausí by Firdawsī (1908)
"No one had seen Their bada in battle or one finger mailless : Their banner was a pard with claws projecting. A«ht«h felicitated Kai Khusrau At huge upon the ..."