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  • adjective Lacking a steeple.


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steeple +‎ -less


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  • The little steepleless church loomed up before them, and Endicott glanced at his watch: "Four o'clock," he announced, "I wonder if Colston is waiting?"

    Prairie Flowers

  • Through the window the Texan watched the stage pull up at the hotel, watched the express box swung off, and the barn-dogs change the horses; saw the exchange of pouches at the post office; saw the stage pull out slowly and stop before a little white cottage next door to the steepleless church.

    The Texan A Story of the Cattle Country

  • The humble village of Litchfield, with its steepleless meeting-house, stood on the opposite or east bank, near where a dense grove of willows backed by maples skirted the shore.

    A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers


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