Nerveless vs Nervation - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Nerveless is a related term of nervation.
As an adjective nerveless
is lacking nerve: fearful; cowardly.
As a noun nervation is
a pattern of nerves, eg as seen on a leaf.
Lacking nerve: fearful; cowardly.
(biology) Lacking a nervous system.
Devoid of nerves: calm, controlled, cool under pressure.
, date=June 28
, author=Jamie Jackson
, title=Wimbledon 2012: Lukas Rosol shocked by miracle win over Rafael Nadal
, work=the Guardian
, passage=There was no distracting Rosol's ice-calm as he killed the fifth set and match. Ace, cross-court forehand winner, ace, forehand winner – a blistering eighth game took him to 5-3 and informed Nadal precisely how nerveless
the Czech was.}}
A pattern of nerves, e.g. as seen on a leaf.
- ''His parchment skin earily displayed a bloodred nervation