Definition of "inutile" [in•u•tile]

  • Lacking in utility or serviceability; not useful. (adjective)

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Use "inutile" in a sentence
  • "At City Hall, Mayor Tomas Osmeña fumed over the incident, saying the LTO and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) are "inutile" for failing to take away the franchise of participating drivers and operators."
  • "'inutile' and 'prostituted' with Merceditas Gutierrez at its helm, insisting she should be impeached."
  • "Consumerism creates trash, lots of it and very quickly, and also inevitably bad art, and crafts formerly useful things made inutile and unaffordable by their presumption to be beautiful."