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  • adj. Without a plan.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having no plan.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no plan.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. aimlessly drifting


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From plan +‎ -less


  • Yet, even in those who are rudderless and "planless," I see the beautiful and innate joy of life (the joie de vivre) which God has implanted in all human beings.

    Catholic Analysis

  • I have a planless night, and I missed socializing last night, so let me know if there are any plan-type things for tonight.

    Odin's Day

  • Tonight is blissfully planless, and will likely feature sorting through stories with Adam and catching up on the TiVo stuff.

    Odin's Day

  • Sunday is planless, and will probably consist of editing and planning for the week ahead.


  • In the meantime his life remained run down, planless, and empty and idle.

    Chapter 41

  • Except that it snuck up on us this year (last year we went to Arizona and had had plans in place forever), and we are planless and adrift.

    Tew's Day!

  • A lot of Democrats, including me, knew back in 2003 that we were in for a planless, violent occupation with no end in sight – it was evident to anyone with their eyes open.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ignorance is Bliss

  • I know you had a timeframe in your head -a kind of plan for the unplannable- as it were, and I think you feel a little lost that the time overran the plan and left you planless -and even worse- goal-less, which is not very you at all.

    An apology for an ill timed death

  • Outside of transport and finance, state regulation was rather random and planless.

    A History of American Law

  • The lesson of the mental discords and tragic disproportions in the headlong development of the first Russian Five Year Plan — disproportions as monstrous and distressful as the hypertrophies and atrophies of the planless “Capitalist System” of the nineteenth century — had been marked and learnt.

    The Shape of Things to Come


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