[ US /ˈeɪmɫəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈe‍ɪmləs/ ]
  1. aimlessly drifting
  2. continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
    vagrant hippies of the sixties
    the floating population
    a drifting double-dealer
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How To Use aimless In A Sentence

  • It was a book which fulfilled his desire to discover a place seldom visited, and was also to influence this once-aimless student to eventually find a direction, and become a travel writer.
  • Woodrow and Aiden Tyler Dawson are childhood friends whose aimlessness in day-to-day life is matched only by their passion for building flame-spewing machinery to "prepare for the apocalypse. Farihah Zaman: SXSW 2011 Dispatch Two: Coming of Age to a Theater Near You
  • Ross drove aimlessly through the outer suburbs, sharing the wide, wet road with the occasional noctambulant alley cat, a carload of cheering carousers, and electric mini-van delivering milk.
  • Outside in the street student protest marches wander aimlessly by.
  • For a long time, what does happen seems almost aimless: scenic walks, music, casual flirtations.
  • Chapters that lack such profundity seem aimless, padding perhaps. Times, Sunday Times
  • Being able to wander around aimlessly is the best way to see things that you'd normally never see, new bands.
  • The captain and his crew were left drifting aimlessly on the tiny raft after their boat, the Gullborg, exploded south of Shetland almost 32 years ago.
  • Everyone who's normal should flop around their homes aimlessly without a stitch of clothing on at least once a month.
  • She is paging through a magazine aimlessly.
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