cordless

[kawrd-lis]
adjective
1.
lacking a cord.
2.
(of an electrical appliance) requiring no wire leading to an external source of electricity because of a self-contained, often rechargeable, power supply; battery-powered.

Origin:
1905–10; cord + -less

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cordless (ˈkɔːdlɪs)
 
adj
(of an electrical device) operated by an internal battery so that no connection to mains supply or other apparatus is needed

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Example sentences
In effect, your mobile phone will double as an indoor cordless handset, both at
  home and in the office.
Due to advances in programming and communication, some have been able to go
  cordless.
Rooms are equipped with televisions, cordless telephones, coffeemakers and
  designer bath amenities.
Non-smoking rooms are available, and its suites have cordless phones, a
  conference area with a table and a whirlpool or wet bar.
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