Definition of Spinelessly

1. Adverb. In a spineless manner. ¹



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Definition of Spinelessly

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Spinelessly

spine of scapula
spine pig
spine pigs
spine sign
spineback
spinebacks
spinebill
spinebills
spineboard
spineboards
spinechilling
spined
spinel
spinel ruby
spineless
spinelessly (current term)
spinelessness
spinelessnesses
spinelike
spinelle
spinelles
spinels
spines
spinescence
spinet
spinetail
spinets
spinette
spinettes

Literary usage of Spinelessly

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

1. Seventeen: A Tale of Youth and Summer Time and the Baxter Family, Especially by Booth Tarkington (1916)
"Not having shown that consideration for anybody, they might at least have been less spinelessly indulgent of her. William's bitter conviction was that he ..."

2. Home Life in America by Katherine Graves Busbey (1910)
"... but if you are an ordinary American citizen, you endure it spinelessly, accept whatever is handed to you dreamily or arrogantly, as the spirit moves the ..."

3. Home Life in America by Katherine Graves Busbey (1910)
"... but if you are an ordinary American citizen, you endure it spinelessly, accept whatever is handed to you dreamily or arrogantly, as the spirit moves the ..."

4. Expository Writing by Mervin James Curl (1919)
"This does not mean that you should write spinelessly — not in the least; it means only that you should be an artist rather than a blind reformer. ..."

5. Expository Writing by Mervin James Curl (1919)
"This does not mean that you should write spinelessly — not in the least; it means only that you should be an artist rather than a blind reformer. ..."

6. Expository Writing by Mervin James Curl (1919)
"... not mean that you should write spinelessly — not in the least; it means only that you should be an artist rather than a blind reformer. ..."

7. For the Land and the Lord: Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel by Ian Lustick (1988)
"Europe is seen as spinelessly responsive to Arab oil interests and Palestinian terrorism. Israel's economic and military dependence on the United States is ..."

8. I, Mary MacLane: A Diary of Human Days by Mary MacLane (1917)
"A spinelessly Weak game. I hate its Weakness more than I like its pleasant futility. I hate it and myself in it all the time I'm dwelling on it. ..."

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