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lidless

(lĭd′lĭs)
adj.
Having no lid or lids.
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My new environment consisted of a blue plastic mattress on the floor, off-white walls daubed in etchings from previous visitors and a lidless aluminium toilet.
Loops of wire suspend lidless mason jars, which the owner calls "light pendants," from the overhead lath.
It's the spill-proof container for toddlers and young children that's often used as a stepping stone between bottles and adult, lidless containers.
who had promised a "major hi-tech offensive, blinding the lidless eyes of state tyranny.
Contemplating the full implications of the IAO's lust for omniscience and omnipotence ("Knowledge is Power," recall), a more appropriate symbol for the agency's logo might be the fiery, lidless, all-seeing eye of the Dark Lord Sauron, the satanic sorcerer of the current blockbuster movie trilogy The Lord of the Rings.
A bookshelf features a lidless storage bin at the bottom.
The company has now come up with a lidless version of McFlurry ice cream tubs which will not affect the manufacturing process but will allow trapped hedgehogs to remove their heads.
The box is lidless for added access and convenience.
Each large, lidless eye contains only a small dot of an iris.
These variables include ceramic substrate thickness, column array format (fully populated versus depopulated), lidded or lidless and card thickness.
The prisoner will be locked in one of the windowless cells, with white walls, a lidless toilet, a sink unit and a bed.
During the opening the artist held a mysterious, lidless suitcase in his hand.