lacking an or :
The Venus de Milo is an armless statue.
All that was left of the corpse was a headless, armless torso with one leg, still wearing a stiletto-heeled boot.
Headless Torso Found in Venice Lagoon Barbie Latza Nadeau June 1, 2013
I didn’t think as ‘ow even ‘Enery Wilks would be able to grattify ‘is ‘armless ambishun, but the uther day I saw my chawnce.
Mr. Punch’s Golf Stories Various
“You forget this,” said Conway, pointing to his armless sleeve.
Davenport Dunn, Volume 1 (of 2) Charles James Lever
Found Flu, the armless artist, in the Muse copying a picture of Godiva.
Julia Ward Howe Laura E. Richards
I misjudged of him,’ he was thinking; ‘he never was nothing but a ‘armless human being.
Fraternity John Galsworthy
He paid no attention to the armless man, who jestingly shouted an ironic remark to him.
Atlantis Gerhart Hauptmann
Yes, the train went over them and I’m armless for the second time.
Uncanny Tales Various
It used to be owned by an armless man who rowed over the Great American Desert in an open boat!
Boy Scouts in the Philippines G. Harvey Ralphson
He held the containers for the armless man and handed them to the other.
Gladiator Philip Wylie
I can see now the bandaged eyes of the gassed patients, the armless sleeve or the bared breast with the bloody dressings.
The Fight for the Argonne William Benjamin West
late 14c., of physical conditions, from arm (n.1) + -less. Meaning “without weapons” is attested from 1610s (from arm (n.2)), but that sense is more typically expressed by unarmed.
an ornamental band worn on the , especially a bracelet worn high on the , rather than on the wrist. a little inlet or : an armlet of the sea. Historical Examples This one had an armlet of silver cloth on a robe of cloth of gold. The Legend of Ulenspiegel, Vol. II (of 2) […]
armm Automated Retroactive Minimal Moderation
a large wardrobe or movable cupboard, with doors and shelves. Historical Examples It seemed such a small brown spot, in such haste, dipping between the candles on the armoire. When the Owl Cries Paul Bartlett He turned on his side and watched the sunbeam as it crept up the face of the armoire. Fort Amity […]
noun divination by the shoulder blades of animals; also called scapulimancy , scapulomancy , spatulamancy See spatulamancy Word Origin Latin armus ‘shoulder’