Definition of Garbless

1. being without clothing [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garbless

garbanzos
garbe
garbed
garbel
garbes
garbidge
garbidged
garbing
garble
garbled
garblement
garblements
garbler
garblers
garbles
garbless (current term)
garbley gook
garbling
garblings
garbo
garboard
garboard plank
garboard strake
garboards
garboil
garboils
garbological
garbologically
garbologies
garbologist

Literary usage of Garbless

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1. The Mind of Man: A Text-book of Psychology by Gustav Spiller (1902)
"Yel that must not blind us to the fact that thought is not always dressed in words, but repeatedly roves about garbless. Thus walking through the meadows, ..."

2. The Literature of the Kymry: Being a Critical Essay on the History of the by Thomas Stephens, Benjamin Thomas Williams (1876)
"Lewis Glyn Cothi has a graphic description of one of these begging exhibitions: 1 One Friar sells little glass images, Another carves a garbless relic from ..."

3. One Hundred Modern Scottish Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices by David Herschell Edwards (1887)
"There is a living grandeur 'mid the hills, Changing for ever with the day and hour, Glowing in sunrise, flaunting in the mists, Bright in the garbless ..."

4. Principles of Art: Pt. 1. Art in History; Pt. 2. Art in Theory by John Charles Van Dyke (1887)
"... Hercules in St. Christopher; but the observation has little force. It could as easily be said that Venus was a garbless Madonna, ..."

5. The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory (1831)
"... within the mazes of these scenes, A garbless victim to the season's ire, Learn, Nature here was late a savage rude, ..."

6. The Mind of Man: A Text-book of Psychology by Gustav Spiller (1902)
"Yel that must not blind us to the fact that thought is not always dressed in words, but repeatedly roves about garbless. Thus walking through the meadows, ..."

7. The Literature of the Kymry: Being a Critical Essay on the History of the by Thomas Stephens, Benjamin Thomas Williams (1876)
"Lewis Glyn Cothi has a graphic description of one of these begging exhibitions: 1 One Friar sells little glass images, Another carves a garbless relic from ..."

8. One Hundred Modern Scottish Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices by David Herschell Edwards (1887)
"There is a living grandeur 'mid the hills, Changing for ever with the day and hour, Glowing in sunrise, flaunting in the mists, Bright in the garbless ..."

9. Principles of Art: Pt. 1. Art in History; Pt. 2. Art in Theory by John Charles Van Dyke (1887)
"... Hercules in St. Christopher; but the observation has little force. It could as easily be said that Venus was a garbless Madonna, ..."

10. The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory (1831)
"... within the mazes of these scenes, A garbless victim to the season's ire, Learn, Nature here was late a savage rude, ..."

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