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feckless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfecklessfeck‧less /ˈfekləs/ adjective  DETERMINEDlacking determination, and not achieving anything in your life Alice’s feckless younger brotherfecklessly adverbfecklessness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
fecklessThe norms of domestic life it set forth drew a clear ideological boundary between rational members of society and the feckless.The spending may have been great but it was not being devoted to thousands upon thousands of undeserving and feckless claimants.Partly, no doubt, the figures include at least some wilful or at least entirely feckless credit misusers.Doubtless, some are feckless individuals who could do better but simply don't trouble.Market forces remain free because of public imagery about the feckless, the idle and the deviant.a feckless young man
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