My spell checker just told me “wantless” isn’t a word. Apparently over the last hundred years we’ve not only lost the ability to be without want but we’ve also lost part of the language that describes such a foreign state of mind.
An Archaic State of Mind
Noah Webster reminds us what wantless means in his 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language:
WANTLESS, a. Having no want; abundant; fruitful. Continue reading