lidless


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lidless

(lĭd′lĭs)
adj.
Having no lid or lids.
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Starting as they did indeed mean to go on, the CBSO burst into the New Year in fine, imaginative style, with a concert which included an account of Mozart's last piano concerto (no.27 in B-flat, K595) in which pianist Francesco Piemontesi sat at a lidless instrument facing the orchestra, conductor Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla standing amid the orchestra facing the soloist and therefore us.
<i>The Hamlet</i>'s narration provides an apt example: while in court, Lump Snopes is described as "staring at the Justice with the lidless intensity of a rat--and into the lens-distorted and irisless old-man's eyes of the Justice" (358).
Her watery, lidless eyes gazed out from a sun-blistered face peppered with age spots.
[...] A great eye, lidless, wreathed in flame" (scene 12).
And only a chance sighting of the lidless trophy on a shelf in North Yorkshire by a football researcher brought the past history to the fore.
ISLAMABAD -- Residents of the capital have demanded the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to take action against dozens of lidless and boiling open manholes posing threats
Before Tito's lidless eyes, a pair of spectacles sits atop the nose of his decomposed-looking face.
She recalls the moment when the Anons whose conversations she had been listening in on noticed her presence: "Suddenly it was as if the lidless eye of Sauron had swiveled his gaze to my corner of the room, melting the shadows I hid behind and bathing me in a fierce beam of light" (p.
And we shall play a game of chess, Pressing lidless eyes and waiting for a knock upon the door.
Gandalf is unable to recast the broken spell a third time, and his magic staff burns to smoking ash in his hands as the spirit of Sauron appears as the pupil of the fiery and lidless eye so familiar from LOTR.