depthless


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depthless

(ˈdɛpθlɪs)
adj
1. literary immeasurably deep; fathomless
2. without depth; shallow
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It has everything you want from a Fitou from a savoury, herbal nose to depthless plummy fruit.
El asco performs what it takes to survive in a violent and degenerate world: namely, sacrificing introspection and compassion in favor of a hardened and depthless subjectivity.
Thoughts like that tickled my brain during much of my first 30 hours with "Red Dead Redemption 2." Since "Grand Theft Auto IV" (2008), I've come to anticipate a kind of depthless feeling when beginning a new Rockstar game.
The hole's sides were painted black to give the illusion of a depthless void.
Windows, arches, and thresholds open onto abstract vistas and cavities that evoke both sprawling terrains and depthless psychological interiors.
As solace, it leaves in its wake a treasured privilege for those who knew her, who experienced her indomitable spirit at first hand, and drank from her depthless fount of family embrace'.
The painting is a tease of textures and patterns, set against a depthless sky.
He flipped from a pole of fear to one of depthless gratitude, as though in my person he had seen his own deliverance and knew, suddenly, that he would be saved.
The press cares largely about things like his marriage, his braggadocio, and his beef with this person or that, creating depthless gossip in the pursuit of clicks.
Here Eagleton constitutes postmodernism as 'depthless, styleless, dehistoricised [and] decathected', p386.
At the same time, it ensures that we don't mistake the film for anything more than a glitteringly depthless experience.
But, in spite of the surface appearance of a lifestyle of excess, the film is mostly about emptiness, lack, and the overwhelming nature of depthless stimuli.