Definition of soulless in English:

soulless

Line breaks: soul|less
Pronunciation: /ˈsəʊllɪs
 
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adjective

Derivatives

soullessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Many subsequent adaptations of literature typified the film industry's appetite for soullessly copying previous hits.
  • Kids who have been beaten or deprived tend to grow up to be either soullessly obedient to their ‘superiors’, or else violently rebellious.
  • I'll never understand how people can take such pleasure in struggling a wonky trolley around endless impersonal aisles of soullessly stacked goods week after week after week.

soullessness

noun
More example sentences
  • Stokoe shows great insight into the architecture of envy, and there are times when he makes you feel clearly why fame and wealth feel desperately important to someone who has sunk to a certain level of soullessness.
  • Anybody who spends time in a city doing anything other than going to work and coming home understands the soullessness of city life.
  • There's a cynical thread running through this novel that isn't merely limited to the soullessness of its criminals.

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