deedless

deedless

(ˈdiːdlɪs)
adj
having no exploits or action
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adopted by Omanis on their travels, they were not deedless to boost
2002 "Teeth, Deedless, Dogs, and Siberia: Bioarchaeological Evidence for the Colonization of the New World", Chapter 6, The First Americans: the Pleistocene Colonization of the New World, Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences 27, pp.
No longer equal to the prophetic role in which he has cast himself, Zarathustra takes his bow, exits stage left, and seeks refuge in solitary, deedless, meditative exile, where time and tide have a negligible impact and the lived present is emptied of any real existential content.
Telemachus (1892), the ascetic of that name answers the wakeup call of self-application, sent out by God to a confessed "deedless dreamer, lazying out of a life / Of self-suppression" (ll.