1. the quality of having no value or significance
    he resented the meaninglessness of the tasks they assigned him
  2. a message that seems to convey no meaning
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How To Use meaninglessness In A Sentence

  • Yet those who oppose organized religion may be missing out on some of the best tools for staving off meaninglessness.
  • After growing disillusioned with the meaninglessness of being a financial analyst, Vacanti dropped out to start his own company.
  • The mind-set that produces happiness and well-being can be learned, serving as an antidote to depression and meaninglessness, these experts say.
  • I find that modern ethnic labels dissolve into meaninglessness when attempting to apply them to the past. Lord of Silver, by Alan Fisk. Book review
  • It had begun as an experiment to prove the meaninglessness of best-seller lists, or indeed any standard that equates quantity with quality.
  • That contrast of tender sensibility and senseless brutality was etched into my mind, exposing the utter meaninglessness of violence and war.
  • Abstract individual country targets are meaninglessness unless worldwide and enforced by the UN. Response: We don't need to de-industrialise to meet our emissions targets
  • In fact, it is an account of a desperate, doomed attempt to transcend meaninglessness.
  • In other words, the meaning of death is meaninglessness, the most universal and emptiest of concepts, which Heidegger had ontically determined beforehand. Archive 2007-05-01
  • And if meaninglessness is the point, then they've done their job quite effectively.
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