Definition of Senselessness

1. Noun. Total lack of meaning or ideas.




Definition of Senselessness

1. Noun. The state of being senseless. ¹

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Definition of Senselessness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Senselessness

sense of smell
sense of taste
sense of the meeting
sense of touch
sense organ
sense organs
sense strand
sense strands
sensed
senseful
sensei
senseis
sensel
senseless
senselessly
senselessness (current term)
senselessnesses
sensels
sensemaking
sensery
senses
senses of humor
senses of humour
senshuraku
sensibilia
sensibilise
sensibilities
sensibility
sensibilization
sensibilizations

Literary usage of Senselessness

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1. The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler (1900)
"OF senselessness OR DESPERATE BOLDNESS Complete. senselessness is that, whereby a man dareth both speak and do against the laws and rules of honesty. ..."

2. The Baptist Missionary Magazine by Executive Committee, Baptist General Convention, American Baptist Missionary Union, Board of Managers (1845)
"... a few years instruction and the grace of God will qualify him for great usefulness. A religious festival—Weak simplicity— senselessness of idolatry. ..."

3. Christianity and Modern Infidelity: Their Relative Intellectual Claims Compared by Williams Morgan (1859)
"... certain superiority over senselessness. But neither can it utter one syllable of language, it cannot speak ? INF. No. CHR. ..."

4. Sallust's Jugurtha and Catiline: With Notes and a Vocabulary by Sallust (1863)
"(vecors), folly, senselessness, madness, frenzy, insanity. Ve, insep. prep., denoting negation or deprivation, ..."

5. Special Therapeutics According to Homoeopathic Principles by Franz Hartmann (1857)
"Besides all the remedies introduced under the head of amentia are here also worthy of notice. VIII. senselessness. ..."

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