English version

wordless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwordlessword‧less /ˈwɜːdləs $ ˈwɜːrd-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SAYwithout using words syn silent 🔊 a wordless prayer 🔊 She threw her arms around him in wordless grief.wordlessly adverb 🔊 She nodded wordlessly.
Examples from the Corpus
wordlessThey stood there in wordless amazement.His drawings are powerful and disturbing in this wordless coffee-table-size book.She wasn't sure when the wordless comfort changed, or even if it did.At the door, she embraced him in wordless grief.Wind stirred with a wordless hushing in the Forest of Andernesse.Nothing was private; there was only wordless shame for what I had become.Again and again and again, the wordless timid sounds of anguish continued.We are swimmers in slow motion, we glide together through clear and wordless waves, strokes of pure genius.
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