soullessly


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soul·less

 (sōl′lĭs)
adj.
Lacking sensitivity or the capacity for deep feeling.

soul′less·ly adv.
soul′less·ness n.
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Adv.1.soullessly - in a soulless manner; "they were soullessly grubbing for profit"
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It doesn't make your socks go red, like clay-court tennis; it doesn't make that soullessly hollow sound, like indoor tennis; and it doesn't make the ball loop a mile in the air, like my tennis.
Sometimes it isn't great but what it should never be is a commodity which is soullessly bought and sold as if it was no more important and as disposable as a hamburger.
But in amongst the formulaic and the try-hard soullessly style conscious, it can seem like an impossible task.
The boy's crudely mashed-in face held the unmistakable look of sexual pleasure as he stood there alone at the urinal, masturbating soullessly with only Martin there to see him.