bodyless bodyless


  • (adj) having no trunk or main part


  1. To find the murderer from a bodyless head was hard, but when the body was fitted to it the trail became more tangled.
  2. Beckett's bodyless trio discusses the pains and reveals the banalities of infidelity.


  • "In most murder cases, you find a body and you start working backward," Morrison said. "Bodyless murder cases are different. What you do is work in reverse. You start with the last time they were seen, then work forward. I think it's an extra...
    on Apr 8, 2007 By: Paul Morrison Source:

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