If you do without something you need, want, or usually have, you are able to survive, continue, or succeed although you do not have it.
If you go without something that you need or usually have or do, you do not get it or do it.
without stopping ; incessantly
If you do something without demur, you do it immediately and without making any protest .
You use without fail to emphasize that something always happens .
presented so as to be easily assimilated
If you say that you had reckoned without something, you mean that you had not expected it and so were not prepared for it.
of too great a quantity to be counted ; innumerable
without reservations ; fully; wholeheartedly
in a casual or informal manner
You use without exception to emphasize that the statement you are making is true in all cases .
If you say that someone does something without hesitation, you are emphasizing that they do it immediately and willingly.
In advertisements, if a product or a service is available without obligation, you do not have to pay for that product or service until you have tried it and are satisfied with it.
without dismissing or detracting from an existing right or claim
If you do something without question, you do it without arguing or asking why it is necessary .
a qualified endorsement on such a negotiable instrument, by which the endorser protects himself or herself from liability to subsequent holders
be lost without:
If you say that you would be lost without someone or something, you mean that you would be unhappy or unable to work properly without them.
go without saying:
to be so obvious as to need no explanation
song without words:
a song which only consists of a tune or melody and does not have any lyrics
without (a) doubt:
If you say that something is true without doubt or without a doubt, you are emphasizing that it is definitely true.
without a hitch:
smoothly, easily, and successfully
without a murmur:
If someone does something without a murmur, they do it without complaining .
If something is stated or accepted without qualification, it is stated or accepted as it is, without the need for any changes.
without regard to:
world without end:
absent without leave:
absent from duty without official permission but with no intention of deserting
deaf without speech:
(usually of a prelingually deaf person) able to utter sounds but not speak
goes without saying:
If something goes without saying, it is obvious .
without detriment to:
If something happens without detriment to a person or thing, it does not harm or damage them.
without further ado:
If you do something without further ado or without more ado, you do it at once and do not discuss or delay it any longer.
without prejudice to:
If you take an action without prejudice to an existing situation, your action does not change or harm that situation.
no smoke without fire:
the evidence strongly suggests something has indeed happened
You say that something is beyond doubt or beyond reasonable doubt when you are certain that it is true and it cannot be contradicted or disproved .
invaluable or priceless
If something ceases, it stops happening or existing .
disappear without a trace:
If you say that someone or something disappears without a trace, you mean that they stop existing or stop being successful very suddenly and completely.
it goes without saying:
said to mean that something is so obvious that it does not need to be said or explained
make bricks without straw:
to do a job, or try to do it, without the proper resources that are needed for it
Minister without portfolio:
A minister without portfolio is a politician who is given the rank of minister without being given responsibility for any particular area of a government's activities.
that goes without saying:
that is obvious or self-evident
without missing a beat:
without pausing or hesitating
without rhyme or reason:
happening without any logical or obvious reason
If you describe something as beyond compare, you mean that it is extremely good or extremely great .
taxation without representation:
a phrase, generally attributed to James Otis about 1761, that reflected the resentment of American colonists at being taxed by a British Parliament to which they elected no representatives and became an anti-British slogan before the American Revolution ; in full, “ Taxation without representation is tyranny ”
there's no smoke without fire where there's smoke there's fire:
If someone says there's no smoke without fire or where there's smoke there's fire, they mean that there are rumours or signs that something is true so it must be at least partly true.
to sink without trace sink without a trace:
If you say that someone or something sinks without trace or sinks without a trace, you mean that they stop existing or stop being successful very suddenly and completely.
I don't want to/without wanting to:
People sometimes say ' I don't want to be rude ', for example, or ' without wanting to be rude' as a way of apologizing or warning you when they are going to say something which might upset, annoy, or worry you.
rhyme or reason:
If something happens or is done without rhyme or reason, there seems to be no logical reason for it to happen or be done.
you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs:
said to mean that it is impossible to achieve something without there being bad or unpleasant side-effects
up the creek:
If someone is up the creek, they are in a bad or difficult situation, or are wrong in some way. You can also say that someone is up the creek without a paddle .