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Syllabification: di·rec·tion·less
Pronunciation: /dəˈrekSHənləs, dīˈrekSHənləs

Definition of directionless in English:


Lacking in general aim or purpose: I feel directionless and miserable
More example sentences
  • The bombing of wedding parties reveals much about the directionless and aimless war in Afghanistan.
  • It's not a directionless drift but has meaning and purpose.
  • Charlotte was spending more and more time alone, growing up in a kind of free-fall; directionless, confused, and always scared.

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