Preposition She went to the party sans her husband. anyone sans shirt will not be allowed in the restauranns


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Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Working in Houser"s favor was the fact the Cardinals were sans three of their stalwarts in third baseman Nolan Arenado, leftfielder Tyler O"Neill and catcher Yadier Molina. — Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 29 Sep. 2021 Sure, there’s always the braless route, but not everyone feels comfortable out and about sans bra, and that’s okay. — Sarah Boyd, Forbes, 28 Sep. 2021 For more than a few fans though, a Black Crowes album or tour sans Ford simply doesn’t even exist. — Matt Wake | Mwake
al.com, al, 28 Sep. 2021 The Emmy winner"s throwback comes four days after a similar post, which saw Jordan sans shirt in the 1980s leaning on the side of a blue convertible. — Dan Heching, PEOPLE.com, 23 Sep. 2021 Of being pursued sans cesse All over the East Coast, age twenty-six. — Frederick Seidel, The New York Review of Books, 23 Sep. 2021 Quality substitute who can play 10 minutes a night, and sit for long stretches, sans issues. — BostonGlobe.com, 21 Sep. 2021 For the warmest temperatures, October and April are the best times to visit Paris sans crowds. — Maya Kachroo-levine, Travel + Leisure, 20 Sep. 2021 Holmes, 42, also shared some candid pics of herself posing in the dress, sans button-down, on a NYC rooftop on her Instagram. — Quinci Legardye, Harper"s BAZAAR, 12 Sep. 2021

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First Known Use of sans

Preposition

14th century, in the meaning defined above

Noun

circa 1909, in the meaning defined above


History and Etymology for sans

Preposition

Middle English saun, sans, from Anglo-French san, sanz, modification of Latin sine without — more at sunder