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Definition of "good-for-nothingness" [good-for-nothingness]

  • Idle shiftlessness; uselessness. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "good-for-nothingness" in a sentence
  • "Why hesitate to say firmly and without quibble that personal abuse lies at the root of much of the feebleness, paleness, nervousness, and good-for-nothingness of the entire community?"
  • "Ireland to-day must be, therefore, accounted for on some other theory than the inherent good-for-nothingness of his nature."
  • "Wholesaling, laziness, lack of system, hurry, are the cause of good-for-nothingness of body and mind."