noun see structure I

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  • structurelessness — noun The state or condition of being structureless; lack of structure. Syn: unstructuredness …   Wiktionary

  • structurelessness — struc·ture·less·ness …   English syllables

  • structurelessness — noun see structureless …   Useful english dictionary

  • structureless — structurelessness, n. /struk cheuhr lis/, adj. without structure, organization, or arrangement; formless. [1840 50; STRUCTURE + LESS] * * * …   Universalium

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