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contentless

(ˈkɒntɛntlɪs)
adj
having no content or meaning
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they needed one as contentless and political as Marbury is: what they
It is easy to understand why there is a tendency to write off memes as frivolous, contentless forms of communication.
Why let yourself be held up by mere procedural hurdles, or worse, by the contentless objections of the ignorant?
The collapsible totes from CleverMade hold up to 45 liters, but the carrying handles make the contentless feel twice as light.
Concert music, though, because it is contentless, is rarely Camp.
Although his definition of character development in terms of developing the whole person in a narrative identity is useful, narrative identity is a formal, and therefore, contentless definition.
As Janice Hartwick Dressel notes, then, "two assumptions recur: that abstract art is contentless; and that abstraction is inappropriate for young children" (103).
"Peace (Friede)" had become a contentless slogan among DDR officialdom, as exemplified by the nicknaming of East Berlin as the "City of Peace" and party boss Honecker's absurd defense of compulsory military training: "Military service is peace service."
We can reserve "awareness" for the contentless subjectivity complementing higher primates' underlying intentionality.
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contentless law of the case doctrine: "To extrapolate wholesale law
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