unuseful

unuseful

(ʌnˈjuːsfʊl)
adj
not useful; not having a use; useless
References in classic literature ?
They would grow old insensibly; they would see their son and daughter come to years of reason, marry in due course -- the one a pretty girl, future mother of healthy children; the other a handsome, manly fellow, obviously a soldier; and at last, prosperous in their dignified retirement, beloved by their descendants, after a happy, not unuseful life, in the fullness of their age they would sink into the grave.
In a press statement to SUNA, Abdul-Hameed added that some of them(FFC) demanded positions in the sovereign councils and state governments , saying adopting quota is unuseful and it will complicate further the crisis.
In [31], the authors criticized the temporal approach and considered it unuseful as spammer may post fewer reviews.
However, it is unuseful to consider whether the procedure is iterative or recursive or whether it is genuine or not, because we do not regard maliciousness in the lookups: the nature of the last peer reached in the lookup process is the only thing that counts in this case.
It was considered unuseful to treat SIBO negative patients to avoid unnecessary treatment.
EHG is a nonstationary signal which contains not only the useful information related to uterine contractile activity but also some unuseful parts
This year, Age Cymru's shop have received bags of very unusual - and somewhat unuseful - items but end up having to recycle or dispose of the items themselves as peopl use the shops as a dumpin ground.
The scale contains six items, such as, "In general I think this cell phone brand has become very unuseful," and respondents rate the items on a 7-point Likert scale ranging from 1 = least agreement to 7 = most agreement.
As Wallace observes, not only is irony "singularly unuseful when it comes to constructing anything to replace the hypocrisies it debunks" (183), but it also "tyrannizes us" (183) posing the threat of ridicule over any proposition that presents itself as meaningful.
The recognition of this disease (clinically asymptomatic and symmetric distribution of lesions on incidental X-Rays) makes other expensive investigations unuseful [1].
Charles is fit to rule (29) because he understands, as Sir Stephen does not, that rich Jews contribute to the public good: "Misers are not unuseful members of the community," for "they act like dams to rivers, hold up the stream that else would run to waste, and make deep water where there were shallows" (5).