Usage examples for seamless

  1. At the same time a stout lady passes by Polinka, pronouncing in a rich, deep voice, almost a bass: " They must be seamless, with the trade mark stamped in them, please." – The Darling and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov
  2. Its home is the battle- field of black roaring tempests; the red lightnings play among its roots ; all night seamless snow- drifts are woven around its heart; no bee ever rises to it from the valley below where the green spring is kneeling; no morning bird ever soars past it with observant song; but in due time, with unswerving obedience to a law of beauty unfolding from within, it sets forth its perfect leaves and strains its steadfast face toward the sun. – The-Choir-Invisible by Allen, James Lane
  3. But we are not going to spend our time to- night in discussing sects, or deploring their divisions, although we cannot altogether refrain regret when we contemplate the seamless robe of Christ rent into more than twain, and dabbled in blood worse than Joseph's coat was when his father said, " Some evil beast hath devoured him"; and although it does seem to us sometimes, as we contemplate the havoc of schisms and strife of sects, as if some convulsion from beneath had shaken down the towers of the New Jerusalem, and streams from the nether fires had coursed down the channels of the river of life. – Memoranda Sacra by J. Rendel Harris
  4. Below this black and white leg covering come the long boots, made from one piece of seamless hide. – Through Five Republics on Horseback by G. Whitfield Ray
  5. It's an honest fact, if I knew I'd got to stand up and apologize for my hand- made, all- around, seamless pies, and quarantine cigars, Heaven would be no object. – Remarks by Bill Nye
  6. Everything was there, cap, shoes, and hunting doublet of silvery grey homespun; but the close- fitting costume and seamless shoes belonged to another century, and I remembered the strange costumes of the three falconers in the courtyard. – The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers
  7. At other times he was figured by her sympathies as a young Samaritan gone travelling into a Divine country but fallen among spiritual thieves, who had stripped him of his seamless robe of Faith and left him bruised by Life's wayside: a maltreated Christ- neighbor whom it was her duty to succor if she could. – The Reign of Law A Tale of the Kentucky Hemp Fields by James Lane Allen
  8. The robe of a Roman lady was sleeveless and seamless, rather like a very long pair of very thin blankets, all in one piece. – The Unwilling Vestal by Edward Lucas White