Tsui performs the entire song solo and sans instruments, at one point performing nine different vocal parts.
RuPaul, sans drag, plays a camp leader, an ex-gay named Mike.
The schizo CIA agent is back for more drone warfare and spycraft—this time, sans Brody and his frustratingly emo daughter.
The governor, sans tie, wore a dress shirt and casual jacket onto the stage.
Nora Walker sans her glass of red wine was definitely in effect here, but was it bad?
He was very infirm, and in his second childhood: sans teeth, sight dim, sans every thing.
You said 'Forget the sans' and went right on talking about them.
They were better pleased to have the junior team composed entirely of sans.
You may believe the sans will get no favors from her and her party crowd.
Maurice recognized the dress; it belonged to Mademoiselle of the Veil, who was now sans veil, sans hat.
early 14c., from French sans, Old French sen, sens (with adverbial genitive) "without, except, apart, not counting," cognate with Provençal senes, Old Catalan senes, Old Spanish sen (Spanish sin), Old Italian sen, from Vulgar Latin *sene, from Latin sine "without," enlarged form of sed, se "without," from PIE root *sen(e)- "apart, separated" (see sunder). In reference to fonts, 1927, short for sans-serif.
Japanese honorific title, 1878, short form of more formal sama.