Definitions for fiberless
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a fine threadlike piece, as of cotton, jute, or asbestos.
a slender filament:
a fiber of platinum.
material composed of filaments:
a plastic fiber.
something resembling a filament.
an essential character or strength:
filamentous matter from the bast tissue or other parts of plants, used for industrial purposes.
Category: Botany, Textiles
Ref: root hair.
any of the filaments or elongated cells or structures that are combined in a bundle of tissue:
the structural parts of plants that are wholly or partly indigestible, acting to increase intestinal bulk and peristalsis.
Ref: Also called bulk 1 4 , roughage. 3; Also, esp. Brit., fibre.
Origin of fiber:
1350–1400; ME (< MF fibre) < L fibra filament
alt. of Fibreless