wordless

[wurd-lis]
adjective
1.
speechless, silent, or mute.
2.
not put into words; unexpressed.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; see word, -less

wordlessly, adverb
wordlessness, noun
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wordless (ˈwɜːdlɪs)
 
adj
1.  inarticulate or silent
2.  music of or relating to vocal music that is not provided with an articulated text: a wordless chorus
 
wordlessly
 
adv
 
wordlessness
 
n

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Example sentences
What he does do is usher us to certain epistemological precipices, unknowable
  dilemmas that render science wordless.
Little by little the rhythm of the clapping and the wordless chanting picks up.
Moreover, even wordless music can convey the player's emotional state.
Moreover, the idea that language evolved from wordless singing is an old one.
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