aimlessness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the quality of lacking any definite purpose

  • Bonnie and Clyde: The real fault with Bonnie and Clyde is its sheer, tasteless aimlessness.
  • He had made himself the principal spokesman of the violence, aimlessness, brutality of war and the wartime generation.
  • For Han, a ribbon of open asphalt means more than just a Kerouac-like aimlessness.

  • Tom Shales in San Francisco Chronicle
    The New York Times' Ginia Bellafante slams "House of Payne" for its "narrative aimlessness and languorous pacing," while The Washington Post's Tom Shales writes, "Everything about it needs a little improvement - except for the things that...
  • Brendan Nelson in
    All combine to see too many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living lives of existential aimlessness,Dr Nelson said.
  • Matt Damon in Entertainment Weekly
    There was an aimlessness to the process,says Damon. "It was miserable."

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