With one the playing is dull, lifeless and sapless, with the other there is something that is indescribably wonderful.
Was not my old age turned into a sapless tree, a poisoned spring?
He picked a bennet from the grass and bit it, but it was sapless, dried by the summer heat.
They may be the same plants, but they are alive, not pressed and sapless.
Only the idle chatter of the sapless leaves answered to the yearning cry of his broken spirit.
There is life always, even in the dry fir-cone that looks so brown and sapless.
As a spark of fire consumeth summer's parched and sapless wood, Kuru's lordless, lifeless forces shall be angry Arjun's food!
It will all turn to stubble and sapless rigidity before his eyes.
The acrid waters support no animal organization; birds shun them; the plain grows nothing but a few stunted and sapless shrubs.
But that happens when you are hoary and sapless, and when nothing under the sun delights you.'