futurelessness love


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  • n. Lack of a future; the state of being futureless.


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futureless +‎ -ness


  • The bleak outlook on life and sense of "futurelessness" of young offenders has been shaped by some of their earliest memories and reinforced by other people in their lives and the witnessing of violence, Topalli said.

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  • Still, it can be said that Hiroshima is veverywhere in postwar and contemporary fiction -- in its themes of futurelessness and absurdity, and its predilection for violent orengeful behavior by heroes and anti-heroes alike.

    Greg Mitchell: Writers and The Bomb: Novel Takes on the Nuclear Age

  • He had just had a wonderful idea about how to cope with the terrible lonely isolation, the nightmares, the failure of all his attempts at horticulture, and the sheer futurelessness and futility of his life here on prehistoric Earth, which was that he would go mad.

    Life, the Universe, and Everything

  • Gibreel Farishta was never told why the Babasaheb had decided to take pity on him and pluck him from the futurelessness of the streets, but after a while he began to have an idea.

    The Satanic Verses

  • I've seen it claimed on CiF threads that Red Riding's primary subject matter is the futurelessness of seventies life in West Yorkshire mining communities and even the Thatcherite destruction of working class community in the decade that followed - always a favourite with Guardianistas.

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  • The significance of that new destructive efficiency, whatever Japan's culpability for that war, lay in the threat posed to the human future ” and in an emerging fear of futurelessness.

    The Nuclear Difference


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