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weightless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweightlessweight‧less /ˈweɪtləs/ adjective  LIGHT/NOT HEAVYsomething that is weightless seems to have no weight, especially when it is floating in space or waterweightlessness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
weightlessAstronauts have problems moving around in the spacecraft because they are virtually weightless.Suddenly, for the first time since Eno, it's hip to be weightless.They are golden boys, about 17 or 18, and apparently weightless.She felt weightless as they pitched into empty air.But would any be psychologically or physically fit enough to spend two or three years in a weightless box?They come from a weightless environment.This is how weightless I feel right now.I felt weightless, light as a ballet dancer.Gravity returned, though briefly, to the weightless world of the control deck.
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