without

[ with-out, with- ]SEE DEFINITION OF without

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Without reasons I was sure of, you know, so there could be no chance of any mistake.

I spoke to Philothea just as I used to do; without remembering that she had died.

It seems to me that life is no life, but living death, without that freedom!

Without knowing why, they understood perfectly now that neither had been ingenuous.

You shall be reckless as you like—but without your stored energy surplus to harm you.

Now he would talk to her without any of that old awkward self-consciousness.

No; I stole one of the ship's boats, and came for you without leave.

They were without food, and the two bottles of water would not last them long.

It had grown much too cold to do without some sort of artificial covering.

We camped in a thicket, without water, on a small patch of feed.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English wiðutan, literally "against the outside" (opposite of within), see with + out. As a word expressing lack or want of something (opposite of with), attested from c.1200. In use by late 14c. as a conjunction, short for without that.

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