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Definition of "structureless" [struc•ture•less]

  • Lacking structure. (adjective)

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Use "structureless" in a sentence
  • "The result of this, and the disappearance of many other boundaries from our society — such as morals and values that used to contain a lot of destruction and help to integrate our characters — is that more and more we are living a "structureless" life."
  • "Let us suppose that this "structureless" morsel of protoplasm is, for all its "structurelessness," composed of an infinite number of living molecules, each one of them with hopes and fears of its own, and all dwelling together like Tekke Turcomans, of whom we read that they live for plunder only, and that each man of them is entirely independent, acknowledging no constituted authority, but that some among them exercise a tacit and undefined influence over the others."
  • "Her structureless wandering is supposed to form a bond between her and The Mad Hatter (a mulit-accented, multi-colored Johnny Depp), but we only know that because thee characters tell us."