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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwindowlesswin‧dow‧less /ˈwɪndəʊləs $ -doʊ-/ adjective  without any windows a windowless basement room
Examples from the Corpus
windowlessThey reached the entrance to what was probably the least damaged of the buildings, long and windowless.Within this room there was a second door, which led to a windowless cubicle that contained a toilet and a sink.The camera settled across the street from a windowless exterior set in a row of shopfronts.Another story she told was about a peasant who kept trying to bring daylight into his windowless hut in a bucket.The wash-house sat between the stabling and a dark windowless place where coals and winter logs were stored.It was a soundproof, windowless room at the end of the corridor on the second floor.He stood up and pointed it at the far end of the barn where a target was tacked on a windowless wall.
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