Definition of Tramless

1. having no tramcar [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tramless

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tramble
trambled
trambles
trambling
tramcar
tramcars
tramel
trameled
trameling
tramell
tramelled
tramelling
tramells
tramels
tramless (current term)
tramline
tramlines
trammed
trammel
trammel net
trammeled
trammeler
trammelers
trammeling
trammelled
trammeller
trammellers
trammelling
trammels

Literary usage of Tramless

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

1. The Real Argentine: Notes and Impressions of a Year in the Argentine and Uruguay by John Alexander Hammerton (1915)
"It is a tramless street, in so far as the electricos only cross it at every 150 yards. It is, moreover, a " two ways " street, traffic being allowed to pass ..."

2. Whistle-binkie: A Collection of Songs for the Social Circle by John Donald Carrick, Alexander Rodger, David Robertson (1890)
"Oh this cronie o' mine, this cronie o' mine, Sure the hail countrie kens him, this cronie o' mine. Up agen the auld gable 'tis like you may view, A tramless ..."

3. The Harp of Perthshire: A Collection of Songs, Ballads, and Other Poetical by Robert Ford (1893)
"... this cronie o' mine ! Sure the hail country kens him, this cronie o' mine. Up agen the auld gable 'tis like you may view A tramless cart, ..."

4. Little Journeys Abroad by Mary Bowers Warren (1894)
"... and tramless, to walk some blocks to our hotel, incurring what proved to be our only European experience of colds and sore throats. ..."

5. Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland: With Many Old and Familiar Melodies by Robert Ford (1899)
"O ! this cronie o' mine, this cronie o' mine, Sure the hail countrie kens him, this cronie o' mine. Up agen the auld gable 'tis like you may view A tramless ..."

6. One of Us: A Novel in Verse by Gilbert Frankau (1912)
"... A tramless tarmac now, the grey road pours. Sudden, beneath your urging foot, she leaps ; The carburettor moans ; the cut-out roars ; Round the marked ..."

7. Little Journeys Abroad by Mary Bowers Warren (1894)
"... and tramless, to walk some blocks to our hotel, incurring what proved to be our only European experience of colds and sore throats. ..."

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