from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Lacking structure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without a definite structure, or arrangement of parts; without organization; devoid of cells; homogeneous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without structure; devoid of distinct parts; unorganized; unformed; hence, lacking arrangement; informal; specifically, in biology, having no distinction of parts or organs; not histologically differentiated; not forming or formed into a tissue; homogeneous; amorphous.
The result of this, and the disappearance of many other boundaries from our society — such as morals and values that used to contain a lot of destruction and help to integrate our characters — is that more and more we are living a "structureless" life.
Let us suppose that this "structureless" morsel of protoplasm is, for all its "structurelessness," composed of an infinite number of living molecules, each one of them with hopes and fears of its own, and all dwelling together like Tekke Turcomans, of whom we read that they live for plunder only, and that each man of them is entirely independent, acknowledging no constituted authority, but that some among them exercise a tacit and undefined influence over the others.
Her structureless wandering is supposed to form a bond between her and The Mad Hatter (a mulit-accented, multi-colored Johnny Depp), but we only know that because thee characters tell us.
I ended up with a very large amount of fluffy batter which overflowed two 9-inch layer pans as it rose into deliciously moist but structureless layers that split when I took them from the pan.
Pulled Apart By Horses High Five, Swan Dive, Nose Dive (Transgressive) A structureless blast of lunatic energy, the second single from this Leeds quartet's durr-core debut features loud things falling into other, louder, things, and a bit that sounds like the bit in Hulk where Hulk punches that lorry.
Of course, now your life in Fallen London is temporarily structureless.
In other words, they think that randomness looks a lot more uniform and structureless than it really does.
Meanwhile if you replace every instance of it in your article with structureless you would make your point better.
If quotations are structureless singular terms, then there is no more significance to the category of quotation-mark names than to the category of names that begin and end with the letter
Before it decays is structureless and just like a stable particle in terms of properties, but when it decays there is then more complexity in the universe than before etc - how can entropy be coherently defined for such entities
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