tormentless

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Etymology[edit]

From torment +‎ -less.

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tormentless (comparative more tormentless, superlative most tormentless)

  1. Without or lacking torment
    • 1971, Thomas Edward Lawrence, ‎Jeremy Wilson, Minorities:
      O Thoughts, Thoughts, Thoughts,— Fire-angel-birds relentless- / Will you not brood in God's Star-tree and leave Red Heart tormentless!
    • 2003, Peter M. K. Chan, The Mystery of Mind:
      to be able to do that, according to such Buddhist thought, is to enter the state of torment-less bliss called nirvana.

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