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- n. The state of lacking meaning; the quality of being meaningless.
- n. Anything that is meaningless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being meaningless, or without significance or import.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a message that seems to convey no meaning
- n. the quality of having no value or significance
I've just finished an article which addresses some of the issues that have come up in this comments trail, notably the 'meaninglessness' of certain aspects of MMOs.
Police later recovered a suicide note, in which he wrote about the "meaninglessness" of life.
The endless parsing of some sections of the Proclamation on the Family, and the possibility of defending sometimes precisely opposite positions with reference to it, suggest that it is a prime example of the sort of "meaninglessness" Orwell is talking about.
People are haunted by a feeling of meaninglessness which is often accompanied by a feeling of emptiness … "
It sprang up as an outlet to give the voiceless a voice, and meaninglessness some meaning.
Abstract individual country targets are meaninglessness unless worldwide and enforced by the UN.
In a continuing gale of anger and inanity, with "liberal" and "conservative" already bashed into meaninglessness, who's up for more "debate"?
The word, she says, has been watered down to the point of meaninglessness, like so many white wine spritzers.
I discussed the meaninglessness of grade level analysis a year and a half ago in more depth, but this time let me just offer an illustration of why grade-level analysis is not at all appropriate for political analysis.
To know that your loved ones are still alive, simply in a dimension we cannot see, is not only immensely comforting but brings meaning to what could be the ultimate meaninglessness.
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