Lexicographical Neighbors of Benchless
Literary usage of Benchless
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin and an Account of Its Progress Down by Alexander William Kinglake (1875)
"... more angrily now than before, men were chafing at the obstacle interposed by a benchless parapet which condemned them almost to inaction without giving ..."
2. The Methodist Review (1858)
"The benchless ground is their seat, and their peck of corn, distributed through the week, is their repast." Though this picture may be beyond the reality in ..."
3. Twelve Great Actors by Edward Robins (1900)
"... be taken by the bank clerk's warriors (who were now joined by all the occupants of the benchless pit), the man was forced to give an unwilling consent. ..."
4. Edgar Allan Poe by George Edward Woodberry (1888)
"... graveled, treeless, and benchless playground he trained his muscles in the sports, and when on Saturday afternoon the mighty gate swung open he and his ..."
5. The Beckoning of the Wand: Sketches of a Lesser Known Ireland by Alice Dease (1908)
"... Mary " which Sunday after Sunday I hear murmured in tones of varied intensity by the tightly serried ranks of patient, benchless men and women kneeling ..."