Definition of stockless in US English:



  • See stock

    • ‘In 1866 the ball-and-socket type of stockless anchor first appeared in England.’
    • ‘This applies in stock-based rotations, and is of course the basis for stockless rotations.’
    • ‘Hospitals also need to see whether the savings from going stockless are greater than the extra charges.’
    • ‘I have seen more than one guy bash his teeth out holding the stockless gun up near their face while shooting.’
    • ‘Diversifying the rotation and growing fall-seeded and green manure crops are techniques commonly used to break pest cycles and improve soils in stockless organic systems.’