unneedful

unneedful

(ʌnˈniːdfʊl)
adj
not needful; unnecessary
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The working man's wife too often considers them unneedful and so leaves her home, though clean, unlovely.
(254) "[N]eedful" is obviously not self-defining, and we know of no case where a court has struck down a regulation on the basis of being "unneedful." For this reason, it is not surprising that the Supreme Court in National Muffler did not provide the detail contained in step one of the Chevron test.
Defined by a kind of action that is less fought for than already in existence and unneedful of an older language of tactics or strategies, this vision of resistance functions more like an article of faith than a politics.
For I have seen divers saltpeter makers in this realm without measure or weight to work blindly and without knowledge, whereby they waste and spoil triple charge both in laborers' wages and coals, neither boil so much in three weeks as by this order they may in one, so that they lose both time and unneedful charges.