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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - (of especially persons) lacking understanding or judgment; Unresponsive to stimulation; Lacking import; Not marked by the use of reason.

Usage examples (21)
  • Leone, but said he hoped what he called a senseless enterprise would end without more bloodshed.
  • Government, you'll have to spend several minutes engaged in senseless clicking and scrolling before arriving at the posters.
  • It should be called a senseless or horrific crime.
  • Making sense out of the senseless is a fruitless pursuit. for more
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