ghostless

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle English *gostles, from Old English gāstlēas(lifeless, dead), equivalent to ghost +‎ -less. Cognate with Dutch geestloos, German geistlos.

AdjectiveEdit

ghostless ‎(not comparable)

  1. Without spirit, soul, or life; dead.
  2. Without a ghost.
    • 1996, Michael Dugan, It's Just a Trick
      I don't know about Gary, but I dreamed about dark, spooky houses and horrible, groaning ghosts all night. I was glad to wake up and find it was a bright, sunny, ghostless morning.