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- adv. In a senseless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a senseless manner; stupidly; unreasonably: as, a man senselessly arrogant.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unreasonably senseless manner
- adv. in a meaningless and purposeless manner
"Way to have integrity and morals" Boobiac called senselessly after Kathy's back as she walked off again.
"senselessly" took the lives of three Trigg County children on Oct. 15, 2008.
On the other side of the gender line, the caricature is of the hysterical, emotional and irrational female, who weeps senselessly and at anything.
All you need is a brief prologue in which we see Our Hero with his smoking-hot and devoted wife — sometimes with bonus kid — who then dies senselessly and sets him on his path of vengeance.
Many who occupy are lost occupants, or at least they represent the occupants of loss, the many who have senselessly lost both homes and occupations, who want to reoccupy that which has been stolen, the resources that belong to all that have been transmuted into commodities for the benefit of the few.
Compared with the numbers of people killed senselessly by Bush Jr.,
He was born in a world that was not so merry -- the diseased were outcasts, women were stoned at even the suspicion of impropriety, and children were senselessly slaughtered.
Texas officials have senselessly fought against DNA testing in Mr. Skinner's case for over a decade.
It is important that this week, one year after the tragedy at Tucson, we remember those who were senselessly slaughtered there, including a 9-year old girl.
Yonkers Mayor Phil Amicone praised the sweep, saying it "dealt a serious blow to illegal gang activity that has senselessly harassed and victimized" residents there.