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  • adjective Without a field (in various senses).


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field +‎ -less


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    Georgetown to play Missouri this fall 2010

  • True, our white brethren were hindered by the wild forests, which were pathless and bridgeless, fieldless and cribless, and by the savage beasts and friendless red men, as well as by the slowness of travel, but after all, we may be permitted to compare our progress with our white brethrens 'struggles on educational and missionary lines; and I think the foe will feel more hopeful of us, while the friend will see reason for encouragement and pleasure.

    The Cyclopedia of the Colored Baptists of Alabama Their Leaders and Their Work 1895


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