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- adj. Lacking direction; aimless.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. purposeless. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. aimlessly drifting
Australian sharemarket slips off intraday high ahead of European debt talks AUSTRALIA'S sharemarket continued to climb but closed off the day's highs in trade described as directionless by one trader, as the local market awaits news from Europe about Greek debt situation.
The president "will describe it as a sharp break with what officials called a directionless and under-resourced conflict inherited from the Bush administration," notes the Post.
Good minds can go bad in government, where process dominates logic and ensures the kind of directionless adventures we undertake in the region.
The weather is heating up in the Northeast, the price of oil is down, stock futures are up, kind of directionless trading.
So, you got a guy down there who is kind of directionless, clueless and not terribly happy.
Patna: Terming the union budget as 'directionless', opposition RJD Delhi, Feb. 26 (ANI): The General Budget present by the Union Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Friday before the Parliament evoked mixed reaction across
Australian shares ended flat after a "directionless" day of trading THE Australian share market closed flat on Monday after a directionless day with some falls in the financial sector.
Lucknow: Terming President Pratibha Patil's address to the joint session of the Parliament as "directionless",
THE PRICE OF GOLD slipped back below $1185 an ounce in London trade on Tuesday morning, holding above yesterday's 1-week closing low but remaining "directionless" according to one
A friend was chiding me last night for being "directionless".
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