answerless

answerless

(ˈɑːnsəlɪs)
adj
not having or offering an answer
Translations

answerless

adjohne Antwort; question (= not answered)unbeantwortet; (= not answerable)unbeantwortbar
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Mostly it was achieved, in Shakesperean terms by being "Mistress Answer Answerless." She was brilliant at phrases such as "brexit means brexit" and "Britain will be leaving the EU" (possibly in 100 years' time) which were both truisms and entirely empty.
But all the JIT members, including its head Ihsan Sadiq, were answerless.
I am realizing how difficult is to hold this chair and I am answerless." "Is this (killing of innocents) for what we are holding the" Indian flag in our hand?
But they were answerless when asked that whether such promotional tools have no effect on their prescription habits?
Young and brilliant lawyer, Shumail Ahmad dominated the proceedings and both, authority and the petitioner, were answerless to his insertions at many occasions.
Whatever is predestined by Allah Subhanau Taala for me will go down my throat the rest will never cross this barrier!" This used to render us all answerless!
The authors pose the ageless and answerless question: "What is the meaning of life?" and suggests that life is a "Grand Experiment," an experiment which they investigate in this book.
However, the answerless question "who in Jesus name am I" (385) continues to haunt the book and never gets clearly resolved.
When it comes to the question of returning he writes, "I always answer differently." On the one hand he says, "I can't really reconcile myself with getting old and the/Picture I have of myself looking for advice on americanheart.com" yet he confesses, "I am, in fact, where you are, to make/Your weariness inspire meaning." He ends the sequence with answerless geography, a fish market, the Potomac River, yachts in the marina.
(29) Even Elizabeth's chief advisor, Lord Burghley, unsatisfied with her 'answer answerless' to parliamentary demands for Mary's execution on 12 November 1586, wrote with exasperation that 'the realm may call this a vain parliament or otherwise nickname it a parliament of words'.
By implication, the answerless questions posed to the grammarians are echoed in Hamlet.