utile

[ UK /jˈuːta‍ɪl/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. being of use or service
    a useful job
    a useful member of society
    the girl felt motherly and useful
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  • But more needs to be done with stories like this particular one, if you want to see your hard work come to fruition in ousting George W. Bush from the White House, along with any other of his cronies who have blood on their hands, from George W. Bush†™ s futile ‘War On Terror†™. Think Progress » 60 Minutes: CIA Official Reveals Bush, Cheney, Rice Were Personally Told Iraq Had No WMD in Fall 2002
  • Not so with this trivial, lawless country club set of the 1920's, drunk part of the time and reckless all of it, codeless, dutiless, restless. Definitions: Essays in Contemporary Criticism
  • Later, he would denounce the war as inutile.
  • A rumor is floating about that the businessman is getting ready to waste millions again in a futile attempt to become governor, but that's relevant only to the coyotes who will take his money.
  • A spokesman for the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party called the cabinet shuffle "a futile exercise which inspires none and in no way dispels the gloom shadowing" Mr. Singh's government, according to Press Trust of India. India Fires Environment Minister Who Held Up Projects
  • Internet use in China has quadrupled since 2000 and ultimately censorship may prove futile.
  • It is traversed by veins of quartz, containing cannulated and often articulated prisms of rutile titanite two or three lines in diameter. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • So looking at whether something makes people happy is largely futile. In statisticians' terms, you are looking for variance in something that is invariant.
  • We do need to finally lay the dead to rest, to accept that mistakes were made that cannot be unmade, and to accept that the ‘blame game’ at this point in our history would be a futile exercise.
  • The tactic will prove as futile now as it did before. Times, Sunday Times
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