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senseless (adj.)

1550s, "without sensation," from sense (n.) + -less. Of actions, etc., "devoid of purpose, proceeding from lack of intelligence," it is attested from 1570s. Related: Senselessly; senselessness.

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Definitions of senseless

senseless (adj.)
not marked by the use of reason;
a senseless act
Synonyms: mindless / reasonless
senseless (adj.)
unresponsive to stimulation;
drugged and senseless
Synonyms: insensible / out of it
senseless (adj.)
serving no useful purpose; having no excuse for being;
senseless violence
senseless (adj.)
(of especially persons) lacking sense or understanding or judgment;
Synonyms: nitwitted / soft-witted / witless
From wordnet.princeton.edu