There is an old blue easy-chair in the office, dilapidated and springless, in which I have deposited my cranks.
The horse-carts of the country are springless and not too comfortable.
The carts, which ply for hire like cabs, are massive, springless tumbrils covered with a wain.
The telyegi, I may explain, are springless carts upon four wheels.
Riding over plowed ground in a springless cart would have been little worse than being jounced about in this automobile.
This was a low, two-wheeled, springless box of an affair, in which you sat as best you could on the boards.
There a friendly artillery officer helped me to get a cart (springless) and two fast horses.
The Old Hundred was then sung, and when its last notes had died on the night air the springless cart went jolting down the path.
Once a man with an empty wagon offered us a lift, but after a glance at the springless vehicle I declined.
It was springless, heavy of wheel, and with a cover having the entrance-opening at the side.