Definition of valueless in English:


Syllabification: val·ue·less
Pronunciation: /ˈvalyo͞oləs


Having no value; worthless: cherished but valueless heirlooms
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  • They're worthless as commodities, but not valueless to humankind.
  • It's fine to have compensation, but after three or four year it's valueless.
  • Doing so would mean that a product that has a value becomes valueless.
worthless, of no value, useless, to no purpose, (of) no use, profitless, futile, pointless, vain, in vain, to no avail, to no effect, fruitless, unproductive, idle, meretricious, ineffective, unavailing
archaic bootless



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  • The scene of writing is a potential country-at-war, physically contested, overcompetitive, infected, an inescapable grid of emptiness and valuelessness.
  • The feeling of valuelessness was reached with the realization that the overall character of existence may not be interpreted by means of the concept of ‘aim,’ the concept of ‘unity,’ or the concept of ‘truth.’
  • Likewise, queer theory casts itself not as immorally negative rebellion but as amorally positive, all-embracing, post-humanitarian valuelessness.

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