wordless

[ wurd-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF wordless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORDLESS

It was a wordless pantomime, the ensuing scene, and Bert watched in amazement.

In his perplexity the wordless accusation that morning had been correct at that.

Almost sullenly he followed her down the road, wordless, bewildered, and despairing.

Then he lifted it into the air with a wordless shout, filled his lungs and laughed.

I think they all breathed a sort of wordless prayer, then Dick spoke.

What matters it that he is a wordless man, that he wears not his heart in a book?

It was the thought that had hovered, dim and wordless, in his own mind.

Matak, gloomy and wordless, relieved the Major of his bag at the door.

He gurgled a wordless appeal for help, and then perceived that she was lashed into her chair.

A wordless question is asked, a subtile understanding is vouchsafed.

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