Definitions

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  • adj. Without energy.

Etymologies

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energy +‎ -less

Examples

  • People in the magazine industry—fashion photographers, stylists, editors—were in love with what I felt were dark images, featuring ultraskinny, pale, depressed, and energyless models who stared out from the photos with listless eyes.

    The Joys of Much Too Much

  • These are not neutral, energyless, memories we're discussing, they are full of active energy waiting to be expressed or released, to turn them underground into the subconscious without properly releasing them is inappropriate therapy . . . regardless of what the client believe they want in the intake.

    Life of Brian:

  • Eventually, it becomes a black dwarf, cold and energyless and non-productive.

    The Annotated "Dark Star"

  • This is true even though the water faster may feel weak, energyless.

    How and When to Be Your Own Doctor

  • Our descriptive words of this character have such a deep, strong, resonant sound, while their German equivalents do seem so thin and mild and energyless.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • But after that he does not have wealth and he becomes energyless.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • I have a Via C3 533Mhz, 128Mhz Ram, 4Go Compact Flash. fanless, noiseless, energyless (40W+15w for the monitor) computer with xubuntu.

    ZDNET.com.au

  • I end up energyless and listless, staring at the To Do list and using the [...]

    One Man Blogs

  • a deep, strong, resonant sound, while their German equivalents do seem so thin and mild and energyless.

    A Tramp Abroad — Volume 07

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