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  • adjective Without a margin.


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  • It meant a strange, marginless death of her individual self.

    The Plumed Serpent 2003

  • Filling the whole of a marginless right-hand page, an 1851 daguerreotype shows the young Effie Ruskin in the third year of her never-consummated marriage to Ruskin, who was then thirty-two.

    The Devil & Mr. Ruskin Rosenberg, John D. 2000

  • Forest, beggars on the steps of St. Peter's and Egyptian fellahs; their reduction to purity, and hardening from pulp to snowy continuities of endless, marginless paper, -- all this is of rare interest in the watching, but has been told until the public is satiated.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 11, No. 26, May, 1873 Various

  • She knows that there are people who, through no fault of their own, are marginless.

    Mushrooms on the Moor Frank Boreham 1915

  • = -- Ripening in early fall, and hanging in clusters into the winter; a samara or key 1-2 inches long, body nearly terete, marginless below, dilating from near the tip into a wing two or three times as long as the body.

    Handbook of the Trees of New England Lorin Low Dame 1860

  • But if you're marginless we give you one more thing to do.

    Up North Mommy 2009


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