lightless[ lahyt-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF lightless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIGHTLESS
The Cedars stood before us as yet lightless against the northern sky.
Not in her most ponderous and lightless masses will nature ever leave us 14.
For it seemed to him that it must be the death of him followed by a lightless, bottomless pit.
The little tender, lightless, escaped their observation, and we were picked up.
But there was a narrow, lightless alleyway a few steps ahead.
A while, and even this had gone, and I was wrapped in an impalpable, lightless gloom.
Kinghamstead became a lightless place when she went to Oxford.
The world of Lewis Stillman was damp and lightless; it was narrow and its cold stone walls pressed in upon him as he moved.
Having no lamps we are forced to train ourselves to travel through the blackest night, lightless.
Here and there dreary and cheerless public houses appeared, with lighted windows conspicuous in a lightless waste.