[ UK /ˈe‍ɪmləsnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of lacking any definite purpose
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How To Use aimlessness In A Sentence

  • These units of meaning may not ultimately accumulate, but that's hardly the point; Amato forces his reader to acknowledge the fundamental falseness, absurdity, aimlessness, and finally emptiness of demotic linguistic conventions. Seth Abramson: December 2011 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
  • To be honest I felt a bit weird today, a little directionless perhaps, with a vague feeling of aimlessness.
  • It just gets overwhelmed by the sheer aimlessness of the production. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • His aimlessness and loneliness are echoed in the six other characters.
  • If it is the case that science prepares and diagnoses social developments at an early stage, then it is right to expect that the National Academy of the Sciences sets its own agenda for advising politics and society ­ at a time when neither politics nor public opinion have noticed specific developments." argue for the necessity of a three-pronged model for scientific institutions: universities, non-academic scientific societies and academies - and for the "aimlessness" of scientific research. Eurozine articles
  • I think we have an aimlessness and a pointlessness out there that this legislation addresses, as well.
  • He worried about his son's aimlessness and lack of ambition.
  • This will prevent the mind from sinking into discouragement or aimlessness.
  • Their conversation has the uncertain, improvised aimlessness of real life, and their relationship is not developed and complicated in any traditionally scripted sense.
  • More intriguing was the unease she detected, the aimlessness his hustling and exuberance did not disguise. O: A Presidential Novel
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