- n. The state or quality of being spiritless.
- n. the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things generally
- spiritless + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Why tackle Iran army to army when you can have her own citizens, seduced by the culture of fashion, shopping and spiritlessness.”
“It is no easier than knowing oneself, nad no less subject to distortion and spiritlessness.”
“In the spiritlessness of this forlorn day, what could be better than a little post about a certain bridge and the people who jump off of it.”
“But even the soda water, as if adjusting itself to the spiritlessness of the prisoners, refused to effervesce.”
“And my spirit sank within me, and I cursed my avarice in accepting the commission, my spiritlessness in not throwing it over while yet there was time.”
“You see, the genuine spiritlessness is wanting; that's what's the trouble.”
“His spiritlessness served to inspire the chaffinch with greater boldness, and then it appeared that the gay little creature was really and truly incensed, possibly because the rusty, draggled, and listless appearance of the larger bird was offensive to him.”
“The fire had died out of her eyes, and still there lurked something weird in the very spiritlessness, and dull and vacant sadness of her gaze.”
“There was a spiritlessness in this man that surprised me.”
“Something undefined in her feeling of possession she had been robbed of, she knew it by her spiritlessness; and she would fain have attributed it to the idle motion of the car, now and them stupidly jolting her on, after the valiant exercise of her limbs.”
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