Definition of Frameless

1. Adjective. Without a frame. ¹

2. Adjective. (computing of a webpage) Without frames. ¹

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Definition of Frameless

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frameless

frame counters
frame dragging
frame house
frame in
frame of mind
frame of reference
frame rate
frame saw
frame up
frame work knitter
framed decision
frameless (current term)
frames of mind
frames of reference
frames per second
frameshift mutagen
frameshift mutation
frameshift mutations

Literary usage of Frameless

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1. Yarn and Cloth Making: An Economic Study; a College and Normal Schools Text by Mary Lois Kissell (1918)
"IV frameless TWO-BAR LOOM Distinctive Characteristics Weaving implement: a frameless two-bar loom; during weaving one bar is attached to belt passing about ..."

2. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1891)
"The reflections from the edges of frameless glasses which are so annoying to some ... The neat adjustment of a pair of frameless gold- mounted spectacles is ..."

3. Agricultural Engineering: A Text Book for Students of Secondary Schools of by Jay Brownlee Davidson (1913)
"A frameless and tongueless The frameleSS plow has . ... This simplifies the construction; but frameless plows are not high- lift. This type cannot usually ..."

4. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the Refraction by James Thorington (1916)
"307 and 308). This form is not in common use. HOD, +2 SOS, +2 S. Cement on the lower part of the above OD and OS, + 2.00 S. SlG.—Make frameless bifocals. ..."

5. Spectacles and eyeglasses: Their Forms, Mounting and Proper Adjustment by Richard Jones Phillips (1908)
"frameless bifocal spectacles, 22 7. Forms of spectacle bridges, 23 8. ... frameless eyeglass -. 30 13. Coil-spring eyeglass 31 H. Bar-spring eyeglass, ..."

6. Buffalo Medical Journal (1891)
"Such large lenses are hari ~ more conspicuous than small ones—especially if frameless glas«e- be used—because they allow the eye itself to be easily seen. ..."

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