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- adj. Lacking volition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without volition.
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The malefactor seemed volitionless as his wrists were clamped to the frame.
On the instant Saxon's brain snapped with a white flash of light, while her whole body relaxed, numb and weak, volitionless, sad her vision reeled and blurred.
It shocked and flung him into a second or two of blank indecision, of volitionless and thoughtless inactivity.
"A volitionless servant of fatality," he calls one of his characters.
One can perhaps imagine him going along with the idea for a bit — he is almost volitionless for much of the time — but it’s somewhat more difficult to picture her believing in the scheme in the first place, let alone involving her children in it.