American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having no meaning or significance.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no meaning; destitute of sense or significance.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having no meaning; of no value. Opposite of
- adj. having no meaning or direction or purpose
- meaning + -less (Wiktionary)
“As Greenwald points out, the use of the 'anti-Semitism' charge against ordinary every day non-bigotted people who just don't agree with some policy of Israel or of the American Enterprise Institute risks making the term meaningless and cheapening it, which can hardly be good for the Jews.”
“There are some who are more successful than others, but I find the term meaningless as regards publishing and writing.”
“' But I don't believe in the term meaningless friendly.”
“In its designation report, the commission cited as important the very elements it then permitted to be irrevocably altered, rendering the designation meaningless.”
“But, Obeid said the NCP is not interested in what he described as meaningless threats and ultimatums from the opposition.”
“The Liberty Times report said that many of the associations are angry that they are being coerced to participate in what they called a meaningless event.”
“It's not just that the NFL Players Association has warned teams, agents and players that it considers the tag "meaningless" since there's currently no collective bargaining agreement after March 3.”
“Larry Forgione -- a celebrity chef before the Food Network rendered the term meaningless -- was one of the first restaurateurs to forge relationships directly with farmers and ranchers (and while he was at it, he invented the ...”
“How many marriages like that have there been and how on earth do they increase the sanctity of marriage rather than render the term meaningless? ”
“If it all works, if the other losses can be buried long enough to become meaningless is impossible to predict.”
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Words ending with *more or *less, more or less. Many of theses terms also appear on the list The -less Said, which see.
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