defenceless

  • 1 defenceless — adj. same as {defenseless}; as, a defenceless child. Syn: defenseless, helpless. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2 defenceless — (Brit.) de fence·less || lɪs adj. without protection, without defence (also defenseless) …

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  • 3 defenceless — (US defenseless) ► ADJECTIVE ▪ without defence or protection; completely vulnerable. DERIVATIVES defencelessness noun …

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  • 4 defenceless — (BrE) (AmE defenseless) adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, lie (esp. BrE) ▪ He was kicked as he lay defenceless on the ground. ▪ leave sb ▪ T …

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  • 5 defenceless — adj. BE; AE: defenseless defenceless against (defenceless against any attack) * * * [dɪ fenslɪs] (BE) see defenceless defence pact n. a mutual defenceless defenceless against ( defenceless against any attack) defense pact …

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  • 6 defenceless — [[t]dɪfe̱nsləs[/t]] ADJ GRADED If someone or something is defenceless, they are weak and unable to defend themselves properly. ...a savage attack on a defenceless young girl. ...the kind of leader who would leave the country isolated and… …

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  • 7 defenceless — Defenseless De*fense less, a. Destitute of defense; unprepared to resist attack; unable to oppose; unprotected. [Also spelled {defenceless}.] {De*fense less*ly}, adv. {De*fense less*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] 2. unarmed; used of persons or the… …

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  • 8 defenceless — adjective Without defence; undefended. Blind, deaf, and paralysed, the old man was defenceless; and the robbers easily stole all of his money …

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  • 9 defenceless — de|fence|less BrE defenseless AmE [dıˈfensləs] adj weak and unable to protect yourself from attack or harm ▪ a defenceless old lady …

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  • 10 defenceless — BrE, defenseless AmE weak and unable to protect yourself from attack or harm: a defenceless old lady …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 defenceless — UK [dɪˈfensləs] / US adjective weak and unable to protect yourself It was an evil crime against a defenceless old man …

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  • 12 defenceless — (US defenseless) adjective without defence or protection; totally vulnerable. Derivatives defencelessness noun …

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  • 13 defenceless — a. Unprotected, exposed, weak, helpless, unshielded, unguarded, unarmed …

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  • 14 defenceless — [dɪˈfensləs] adj weak and unable to protect yourself …

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  • 15 defenceless — I adjective 1. lacking protection or support a defenseless child • Syn: ↑defenseless • Similar to: ↑vulnerable • Derivationally related forms: ↑defencelessness, ↑ …

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  • 16 defencelessness — defenceless (US defenseless) ► ADJECTIVE ▪ without defence or protection; completely vulnerable. DERIVATIVES defencelessness noun …

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  • 17 defenseless — I adjective 1. lacking protection or support a defenseless child • Syn: ↑defenceless • Similar to: ↑vulnerable • Derivationally related forms: ↑defencelessness …

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  • 18 Funeral for a Friend — FFAF durante un concierto en Milán, en 2007. Datos generales Origen Bridgend …

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  • 19 Funeral for a Friend — For the Elton John song, see Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding. For the comic book, see The Death of Superman. Funeral for a Friend Funeral for a Friend performing in Detroit, Michigan in 2009. Background information …

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