[ UK /tˈi‍ələs/ ]
  1. free from tears
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How To Use tearless In A Sentence

  • And bravery most definitely is tearlessly kissing your son or daughter goodbye as they head off to war.
  • Some of the epitaphs were beautiful, showing that tenderness for the friends who had died, that longing to do them justice, to fully acknowledge their virtues and dearness, which is so touching, and so unmistakable even under the stiff, quaint expressions and formal words which were thought suitable to be chiselled on the stones, so soon to be looked at carelessly by the tearless eyes of strangers. Deephaven and Selected Stories & Sketches
  • The prophets of such a God take all the glow, all the hope, all the colour, all the worth, out of life on earth, and offer you instead what they call eternal bliss — a pale, tearless hell. Unspoken Sermons Third Series
  • He just looked up at her, confusion shining in his tearless eyes.
  • She stopped crying, and a kind of tearless horror and dread came over her face. The Perpetual Curate
  • But I do know that when I came with Gareth to fetch him for the joust, he was still kneeling over her body, staring at her with tearless eyes that nevertheless revealed a great sadness.
  • He feels a sleepless night ahead, filled with tearless agony, wails of frustration again emptying.
  • The brightly glinting late-day light seared my eyes to a tearless squint. William
  • What could I say but cry silently and tearlessly with him in amazed, unquenched sorrow.
  • Dr. Havey predicts that tearless onions will eventually become a mainstay in kitchens around the world. Tearless onions
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