sapless[ sap-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF sapless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SAPLESS
Was not my old age turned into a sapless tree, a poisoned spring?
He picked a bennet from the grass and bit it, but it was sapless, dried by the summer heat.
They may be the same plants, but they are alive, not pressed and sapless.
A sapless tree is not a living one, but dead; a prayerless Christian cannot be.
Everything was no more than dried flowers, sapless, brittle and colourless.
There is life always, even in the dry fir-cone that looks so brown and sapless.
Repression when successful induced a nerveless, sapless type.
It will all turn to stubble and sapless rigidity before his eyes.
But that happens when you are hoary and sapless, and when nothing under the sun delights you.'
He came to meet them on his crutches, a smile on his yellow, sapless face.