issueless
adjective see issue I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Issueless — Is sue*less, a. Having no issue or progeny; childless. The heavens . . . have left me issueless. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • issueless — index barren, otiose, unproductive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • issueless — ülə̇s, u̇l , əl adjective Etymology: Middle English issules, from issu, issue issue + les, lees less more at issue I : being without issue: a. : having no offspring died issueless b. : producing no result …   Useful english dictionary

  • issueless — adjective a) Without issue (children). A final type is the issueless riot, which has no observable motivation or goal. b) Without an issue (point in debate or controversy). Syn: childless, baseless, goalless …   Wiktionary

  • issueless — See issuer. * * * …   Universalium

  • issueless — Synonyms and related words: acarpous, arid, barren, celibate, childless, desert, desolate, drained, dried up, dry, exhausted, fallow, fruitless, gaunt, gelded, impotent, ineffectual, infecund, infertile, jejune, leached, menopausal, nonfertile,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • issueless — is·sue·less || ɪʃuːlɪs adj. without offspring, childless …   English contemporary dictionary

  • issueless — is·sue·less …   English syllables

  • issue — issueless, adj. issuer, n. /ish ooh/ or, esp. Brit., /is yooh/, n., v., issued, issuing. n. 1. the act of sending out or putting forth; promulgation; distribution: the issue of food and blankets to flood victims. 2. something that is printed or… …   Universalium

  • History of Mithila — Mithila (Sanskrit: मिथिला, mithilā ) was a kingdom in ancient India. It existed in the eastern Gangetic plains in areas which is today spread over more than half of Bihar state of India, and parts of adjoining Nepal. Mithila was the capital of… …   Wikipedia

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