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  • s  having no prospect or hope of a future

  • The ethnic underclass, jobless and futureless, warehoused in sterile and isolated block housing, has been seething for decades.
  • Although he nearly always had to scramble for money, had miserable luck as an investor (he sank thousands into a futureless typesetting machine, turned young Alexander Graham Bell .
  • After that, Greer did walk-ons and held garlands in highly respectable and futureless productions of Shakespeare in Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.

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