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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoullesssoul‧less /ˈsəʊl-ləs $ ˈsoʊl-/ adjective  UNPLEASANTlacking the attractive qualities that make people happy a soulless city of grey concretesoullessly adverbsoullessness noun [uncountable]
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soullessIt was what Bill Erlich, the bachelor, was used to, clean and soulless.She had never seen him so soulless.It's so soulless and inert.The fault lay not with Alison but with her surroundings, soulless and uninviting.Two soulless black eyes from out of the crowd by the barrier were pinned to her face.The soulless, impersonal State had reared him since then, putting him through higher education and choosing his career for him.To the soulless insurance companies, this was just another entry in their profits and losses.Then you saw evil - soulless, malevolent evil.Absence of the human in daily transactions -- having been replaced by soulless rituals of technocracy, institutions, and state security.
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