from The Century Dictionary.
- Without desire; indifferent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Free from desire.
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- adjective Free from
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Rule one: Be desireless because "chicks are like hunters."
If the ultimate reality is the Will-to-live, how is the alleged desireless contemplation possible in art?
Heaven as "placid, tranquil, desireless, inactive, and unbusied" (p. 93), all attributes ascribed by the Taoists to their Mundane Soul, Tao.
Heaven's fluid is placid, desireless, and unbusied.
Those persons that are devoted to Narayana with their whole souls and are desireless succeed in attaining to the region of that highest of deities, identical with Brahma, pure in complexion, possessed of the effulgence of the moon and endued with immutability.
Thus have I recited to thee the religion of desireless Devotees, O best of kings, incapable of being comprehended by persons of uncleansed souls but this I acquired through the grace of my preceptor.
We can present our desireless hearts for His recreating grace.
We can set our wills against our own desireless hearts.
'Tis Time, Time, desireless, hath shown thee what thou art;
There was quiet friendliness deep in his calm, desireless eyes.