What is another word for thornless?

Pronunciation: [θˈɔːnləs] (IPA)

Thornless is a word that indicates the absence of thorns. The term is often used in reference to plants, specifically those that are smooth and easy to handle. However, there are several alternative words that can be used to describe the same concept. For example, the word "spineless" can be used to describe something that lacks thorns or spikes. Similarly, the term "unarmed" is often used to describe plants or animals that lack defensive structures. Additionally, the words "smooth" and "soft" can be used to describe the absence of thorns in a less direct way. No matter which synonym is used, the meaning remains the same: an absence of thorns or other sharp structures.

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Usage examples for Thornless

If she never became strong enough for that-and the prospect was only a faint, half- acknowledged hope-then he would reverently worship a patient, gentle, white-haired woman, who should choose her own secluded path, he being content to make it as smooth and thornless as possible.
"His Sombre Rivals"
E. P. Roe
Berenike often gazed in silent astonishment at the child, who, spite of such sore grief and humiliation, had preserved the innocent light-heartedness which made her seem as if life had offered her only thornless roses.
"The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers"
Georg Ebers
Success is not reached by a thornless path, but is attained by the path of plain, hard work.
"A Fleece of Gold Five Lessons from the Fable of Jason and the Golden Fleece"
Charles Stewart Given

Famous quotes with Thornless

  • Hope is like a harebell, trembling from its birth, Love is like a rose, the joy of all the earth, Faith is like a lily, lifted high and white, Love is like a lovely rose, the world’s delight. Harebells and sweet lilies show a thornless growth, But the rose with all its thorns excels them both.
    Christina Rossetti

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