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time +‎ -less

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timeless (comparative more timeless, superlative most timeless)

  1. Eternal.
  2. Not affected by time; ageless.
  3. (obsolete) Done at an improper time; unseasonable; untimely.
    • c. 1591, Shakespeare, William, Henry VI, Part 1[2], act V, scene 4:
      Must I behold thy timeless, cruel death?
    • 1725, Pope, Alexander, transl., The Odyssey of Homer[3], book 3, London: Bernard Lintot, translation of The Odyssey by Homer, lines 427-430, page 143:
      The lamp of day is quench’d beneath the deep,
      And soft approach the balmy hours of sleep:
      Nor fits it to prolong the heav’nly feast
      Timeless, indecent, but retire to rest.
  4. Not decreasing over time in quality and appeal.
    The cave carvings have a timeless beauty.

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timeless

  1. A gene encoding an essential protein that regulates circadian rhythm, normally written in italics: timeless.
 
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