English version

mindless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmindlessmind‧less /ˈmaɪndləs/ adjective  1 STUPID/NOT SENSIBLEcompletely stupid and without any purpose syn senseless His drinking bouts often ended in acts of mindless violence.2 STUPID/NOT SENSIBLEif something is mindless, you can do it or watch it without thinking or using your mind Doug was watching something mindless on television. the mindless routine of military disciplinesee thesaurus at easy3 mindless of somethingmindlessly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
mindlessBut the growth in consumer debt should not be simply seen and condemned as a complete descent into mindless consumerism.The fate of the monastic libraries serves in popular imagination as a classic example of mindless iconoclasm.Some mindless individual has again stripped all the hangers from Parrock.Appearances of being vicious, mindless, or mediocre can be deceptive, and the deception is often studied and rehearsed.They were simply swept up in a mindless terror campaign.Sometimes I felt a mindless, uncontrollable rage, a consumption that ran through my chest to my hands.The movie is full of mindless violence.Stuffing envelopes is mindless work.
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