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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.

soulless

(ˈsəʊllɪs)
adj
1. lacking any humanizing qualities or influences; dead; mechanical: soulless work.
2. (of a person) lacking in sensitivity or nobility
3. heartless; cruel
ˈsoullessly adv
ˈsoullessness n

soul•less

(ˈsoʊl lɪs)

adj.
1. having no soul.
2. lacking nobility of soul or spirit.
[1545–55]
soul′less•ly, adv.
soul′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.soulless - lacking sensitivity or the capacity for deep feeling
insensitive - deficient in human sensibility; not mentally or morally sensitive; "insensitive to the needs of the patients"

soulless

adjective
2. unfeeling, dead, cold, lifeless, inhuman, harsh, cruel, callous, unkind, unsympathetic, spiritless He was big and brawny with soulless eyes.
Translations
بدون حَيَوِيَّهفاقِد النَّشاط والحَيَوِيَّه
bezduchýpřízemní
følelseskold
lélektelen
andlaus, litlaustilfinninga-/huglaus
bezduchý
duygusuzruhsuzsıkıcı

soulless

[ˈsəʊllɪs] ADJ [person] → sin alma, desalmado; [work] → mecánico, monótono

soulless

[ˈsəʊlləs] adjsans cœur, inhumain(e)soul mate nâme f sœursoul music nmusique f soulsoul-searching [ˈsəʊlsɜːrtʃɪŋ] nquestionnement m (intérieur)
after much soul-searching → après mûre réflexion
After much soul-searching, I decided → Après mûre réflexion, j'ai décidé ...

soulless

adj personseelenlos; work alsoeintönig; placegottverlassen; systemherzlos, seelenlos; musiceintönig; eyesleer; existenceeintönig, öde

soulless

[ˈsəʊllɪs] adj (task, factory) → alienante; (person) → senza cuore, crudele

soul

(səul) noun
1. the spirit; the non-physical part of a person, which is often thought to continue in existence after he or she dies. People often discuss whether animals and plants have souls.
2. a person. She's a wonderful old soul.
3. (of an enterprise etc) the organizer or leader. He is the soul of the whole movement.
4. soul music.
ˈsoulful adjective
full of (usually sad, wistful etc) feeling. a soulful expression.
ˈsoulfully adverb
ˈsoulless adjective
1. (of a person) without fine feeling or nobleness.
2. (of life, a task etc) dull or very unimportant.
ˈsoul-destroying adjective
(of a task etc) very dull, boring, repetitive etc.
soul music (also soul)
a type of music, descended from American Negro gospel songs, which has great emotion.
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As both a period piece and a sendup of a certain Floridian soullessness, "On Becoming a God" (created by Robert Funke and Matt Lutsky, with Esta Spalding as showrunner) has a masterful sense of authenticity and restraint.
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These ideologues criticize the "soullessness of modernity" and seem willing "to embrace any politics, however extreme, that [seems] to them to promise 'spiritual renewal.'" The Nietzschean and Heideggerian echoes of their rhetoric do not surprise Beiner at all.
Even though Victor positions himself as the spiritual antithesis to the soullessness of the United States, he engages in underhanded deals, nepotism, and adultery.
This unrepentance takes on a soullessness with his now seeking to sever Borno state from Nigeria, maybe he wants to be the first president of Borno Republic.
The stores, which include Gucci, Dior, and Hermes, make CityCenter reek of conspicuous consumption and corporate soullessness. But, for all of its undeniable faults, it's the backbone of a walkable neighborhood to which, for the first time in decades, Washingtonians and tourists are actually flocking.
If 'soullessness' is a perceived liability among gifted vocalists like Whitney Houston and Celine Dion, the British singer's technique and vocal heft can be utilized to conceal her interpretive limitations.
One student eloquently described our political system as "sick with soullessness" and urged his fellow students "to bring morality to our politics." A white Parkland student observed that the nation paid attention to this school shooting because of the privileged affluence of their community.
When Islamabad was built as the capital of a newly independent Pakistan, it was the "old bookshops" that gave the neighbourhoods a spirit and character beyond the insipid soullessness that pervades purpose-built cities.Now their accelerating disappearance tells a story of the seismic political and commercial shifts that have taken place here over the past two decades.
Until then, we can only look at the abuse of the qisas/diyat laws, the soullessness of the Sindh government, and the compulsions of a justice system that has to apply terror provisions to block pardons, and scream reform.
"Psychology" is a word with Greek roots meaning "study of the soul." Yet since it long ago betrayed this original meaning and is predicated on soullessness, it's operating based on a misconception of man's nature.