Definition of futilitarian in English:

futilitarian

Syllabification: fu·til·i·tar·i·an
Pronunciation: /fyo͞oˌtiləˈterēən
 
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adjective

Devoted to futile pursuits.
More example sentences
  • Just wave the futilitarian banner and bury your nose in a glass of sake.
  • But the final decision about the matter isn't his wife's: Under futilitarian Texas law, it belongs to committees of bioethicists and doctors.
  • They thus believe in a random, futilitarian universe where - if they're existentialists - they might imagine that occasionally a heroic human being could assert some purpose above the froth of randomness, but in general, we're all doomed to decay and destruction.

noun

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A person devoted to futile pursuits.
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  • People with severe brain damage are not the only ones futilitarians want to push out of the life boat.
  • These people are called futilitarians; they believe it's impossible to fix the damage that we have created.
  • To counter this threat, futilitarians are moving on two fronts to all but guarantee that courts will ultimately acquiesce to futile care theory.

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