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- adv. In a mindless manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unreasonably senseless manner
- adv. without intellectual involvement
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We have far more strip malls than parks, and the temptation to buy something mindlessly is a common way to spend a day.
"So long as we're not using or quoting such a word mindlessly," says David Remnick, the magazine's editor, "it seems patronizing to me to invent euphemisms or insert dashes.
aka mindlessly searching for things on the internet.
| Reply | Permalink yeah, people just kind of mindlessly translate 'presence of mandate' with 'better policy', but they have no idea.
Luther translated Scripture into the German language, so it could be assessable to the "common person", instead of "mindlessly" following priests' "gibbering Latin" in their masses.
Wait, forget "mindlessly"; they know what they're doing!
What looks like pure, uncontaminated holy water may only be the whitewashing of an arm that dictates human cruelty and covers it up with mindlessly thrown platitudes.
Choosing one 500-calorie dessert or burger with all the fixings is a very different decision than mindlessly adding 100 calories here or there with mayonnaise, soft drinks, and whole-milk lattes.
The reasons may include advertisements for high-calorie snacks, less leisure-time physical activity, and eating mindlessly while we watch television.
She was sitting at her vanity table, mindlessly running a brush through her hair and smiling dreamily at her image in the mirror as if she saw a much younger, thinner face again.
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