Definitions for echoless
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ech•oˈɛk oʊ(n.; v.)(pl.)ech•oes
(n.)a repetition of sound produced by the reflection of sound waves from a wall, mountain, or other obstructing surface.
a sound heard again near its source after being reflected.
any repetition or close imitation, as of the ideas or words of another.
a person who reflects or imitates another.
a sympathetic or identical response, as to sentiments expressed.
a lingering trace or effect.
(cap.) a mountain nymph who pined away for love of Narcissus until only her voice remained.
the reflection of a radio wave, as in radar.
Category: Electronics, Electricity and Magnetism
(v.i.)to emit an echo; resound with an echo:
The hall echoed with cheers.
to be repeated by or as if by an echo.
(v.t.)to repeat by or as if by an echo; emit an echo of.
to repeat or imitate the words, sentiments, etc., of (a person).
to repeat or imitate (words, sentiments, etc.).
Origin of echo:
1300–50; ME ecco < L ēchō < Gk, akin to ēchḗ sound
having or producing no echo
"the echoless darkness"
without echo or response