- senseless (adj.)
- 1550s, "without sensation," from sense (n.) + -less. Of actions, etc., "devoid of purpose, proceeding from lack of intelligence," it is attested from 1570s. Related: Senselessly; senselessness.
- 1. His death was a senseless waste of life.
- 2. The thugs beat him senseless with a baseball bat.
- 3. The branch of a tree knocked one of the horsewomen senseless.
- 4. It's about time we called a halt to all this senseless arguing.
- 5. It's senseless to get angry over such a trifle.
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