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Definition of "lifelessness" [life•less•ness]

  • The property of being lifeless, the lack of apparent animation. (noun)

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Use "lifelessness" in a sentence
  • "The musical lifelessness is unfortunately matched by a new and surprisingly uninteresting production directed by Chas Rader-Shieber with design by David Zinn and lighting design by Christopher Akerlind."
  • "He was, just the same, struck by some kind of lifelessness, uncertainty, a little feebleness that he had never observed before in his friend."
  • "His lifelessness was a condition found in others in Carrick Hollow—in Isaac Gardner, in Mr. Robinson, and in others who had performed Winston’s brutal ritual."