One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘As she bourrées on pointe, her jointless yet oddly articulate upper limbs delicately caress the air, forming looping undulations and crisscrossing patterns.’
- ‘In place of crisp corners, radiused edges - as in Tokyo Prada - create the illusion of a jointless architecture.’
- ‘What we do have here is a rather queer looking creature with a faceless Charlie Brown head, duck legs, two jointless yet pliable arms, and tentacles.’
- ‘In his Flora, painted as early as 1518, the nails of the jointless fingers are indicated only where they catch flecks of light.’
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