What Does the Suffix Less Mean?

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In the English language, the suffix 'less' means 'without.' When 'less' is added to the end of a word, that shifts the word's meaning to indicate that whatever that quality is or was, it is not there. For example, 'loveless' means 'without love.' 
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loveless,dateless,planeless,plainless and by the way if using this for home work you are just CHEATING YOURSELF!
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The suffix "less" means without, lacking (as in blameless) or as an adjective suffix
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without. pointless means without point. faultless means without fault. that's the official meaning behind it.
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It means without
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