Definitions

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  • adjective Lacking norms.

Etymologies

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norm +‎ -less

Examples

  • If anything, he said, China was pursuing a "normless" or values-free foreign policy with "minimal" commitment to upholding the international order.

    The Chinese behemoth awakes

  • If anything, he said, China was pursuing a "normless" or values-free foreign policy with "minimal" commitment to upholding the international order.

    The Guardian World News

  • Judged pragmatically, it is easy to conclude that believing in a God-ordained order of right and wrong offers the best hope for a humanity that does not go crazy with a pseudo-science that leaves us in a normless world in which each seeks the maximization of pleasure without regard to judgment.

    Tony Campolo: Religion After Freud

  • The anomic feel powerless, normless, and aimless, and see leaders indifferent to their needs J. M. Burns, 1978.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • The anomic feel powerless, normless, and aimless, and see leaders indifferent to their needs J. M. Burns, 1978.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • WFM Bayaraa Zorigt therefore goes home normless; talk about adding insult to injury - she lost a head-banger game as white against GM Jesse Krai in 111 moves.

    The 2008 UTD Invitational

  • WFM Bayaraa Zorigt therefore goes home normless; talk about adding insult to injury - she lost a head-banger game as white against GM Jesse Krai in 111 moves.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • There is no objective truth, or morality, or beauty, so normless multiculturalism becomes the norm.

    One Cʘsmos

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