senselessness


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sense·less

 (sĕns′lĭs)
adj.
1. Lacking sense or meaning; meaningless.
2. Deficient in sense; foolish or stupid.
3. Informal Unconscious, usually as a result of physical trauma.

sense′less·ly adv.
sense′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.senselessness - total lack of meaning or ideassenselessness - total lack of meaning or ideas  
meaninglessness - the quality of having no value or significance; "he resented the meaninglessness of the tasks they assigned him"

senselessness

noun
Translations
حَماقَه، فُقْدان الوَعْي
bezvědomínesmyslnost
bevidstløshedsanseløshed
meîvitundarleysi
nezmyselnosť
baygınlıkduygusuzluk

senselessness

[ˈsenslɪsnɪs] Nfalta f de sentido

senselessness

n (= stupidity)Unvernunft f, → Unsinnigkeit f; (= futility)Sinnlosigkeit f

senselessness

[ˈsɛnslɪsnɪs] n (of person) → mancanza di buon senso; (of action, idea) → insensatezza, assurdità

sense

(sens) noun
1. one of the five powers (hearing, taste, sight, smell, touch) by which a person or animal feels or notices.
2. a feeling. He has an exaggerated sense of his own importance.
3. an awareness of (something). a well-developed musical sense; She has no sense of humour.
4. good judgement. You can rely on him – he has plenty of sense.
5. a meaning (of a word).
6. something which is meaningful. Can you make sense of her letter?
verb
to feel, become aware of, or realize. He sensed that she disapproved.
ˈsenseless adjective
1. stunned or unconscious. The blow knocked him senseless.
2. foolish. What a senseless thing to do!
ˈsenselessly adverb
ˈsenselessness noun
ˈsenses noun plural
(usually with my, ~his, ~her etc) a person's normal, sane state of mind. He must have taken leave of his senses; When he came to his senses, he was lying in a hospital bed.
sixth sense
an ability to feel or realize something apparently not by means of any of the five senses. He couldn't hear or see anyone, but a sixth sense told him that he was being followed.
References in classic literature ?
But even then, at moments of weakness as he had accounted them, his mind had penetrated to those distances and he had there seen the same pettiness, worldliness, and senselessness.
The attack must have all the shocking senselessness of gratuitous blasphemy.
On a perfect day, when the sky seemed blue porcelain, and the waves of the discreet little bay beat gentlest of tattoos upon the sand, Margaret hurried up through the rhododendrons, confronted again by the senselessness of Death.
We cannot talk of a free, secure country where we will want development to take place and investors to come to be suffering in this type of senselessness.
And some of these incidents stand out for their utter senselessness and brutality as a recent case in Karachi testifies.
Then she and some villagers blocked the Haveli Lakha-Head Sulemanki Road by burning tyres protesting against the landlord's tyranny and police's senselessness.
I am confident that these fratmen-senators who are now themselves parents or grandparents to young children acknowledge the barbarity and senselessness of inflicting severe pain, at the risk of death, on innocent students just to gain membership or recognition in an organization,' Poe said in a text message.
His barely concealed rage at the senselessness of a young life brutally snuffed out, and at the cocky, dead-eyed, suede-head teens responsible for the killing - made me want to hammer the arm rests of my sofa and shout at the screen.
Both U-turns show that the world is again entering the fatale spiral of senselessness, that was guaranteed by Hillary Clinton and that could have been interrupted, as many hoped, thanks to Trump and his collaborators.
Though this road cuts short the distance, I have seen so many terrible things and there is no end to this senselessness among some of the drivers," said Monoj, an Indian expat who often takes this road.
In Valentine Joe the author evoked the tragedy of the senselessness of the bloody battles and the bravery of people who lived through the First World War.
Above, an immoveable sun That cannot Measure out The senselessness of being immortal.