Definition of Objectlessness

1. Noun. The state or condition of being objectless. ¹



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Definition of Objectlessness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Objectlessness

objectivistic
objectivistically
objectivists
objectivities
objectivity
objectivization
objectivizations
objectivize
objectivizer
objectivizers
objectize
objectized
objectizes
objectizing
objectless
objectlessness (current term)
objectlike
objectness
objector
objectors
objectress
objectrices
objectrix
objects
objet
objet d'art
objet de vertu
objet trouvé
objets
objets d’art

Literary usage of Objectlessness

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1. A Rational Refutation of the Hindu Philosophical Systems by Nehemiah Nilakantha Gore, Nīlakaṇṭha, Fitzedward Hall (1862)
"Important as is the doctrine of the objectlessness of Brahma's so-called cognition, and though it is acknowledged by very ..."

2. Publications by Pali Text Society (London, England), Athenian society (London, England) (1905)
"Section on objectlessness. All the practices of austerity are vain—things desired cannot be secured, etc. At the end: "The original text, 97 slokas." 8. ..."

3. The Plains of the Great West and Their Inhabitants: Being a Description of by Richard Irving Dodge (1876)
"... and apparent objectlessness of this march were extremely trying to my patience, and several times I impatiently demanded of Espinosa that he would show ..."

4. The Plains of the Great West and Their Inhabitants: Being a Description of by Richard Irving Dodge (1876)
"The monotony and apparent objectlessness of this march were extremely trying to my patience, and several times I impatiently demanded of Espinosa that he ..."

5. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"It is like a big picnic without the objectlessness of a picnic. I've never been so well or so happy. Nobody grumbles at one for being dirty. ..."

6. The New York Times Current History of the European War (1915)
"It is like a big picnic without the objectlessness of a picnic. I've never been so well or so happy. Nobody grumbles at one for being dirty. ..."

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