meaningless in a sentence

If you aren’t honest in business, any success you achieve will be meaningless.

I think that for many people learning the trigonometric functions is meaningless.

The election speech was full of meaningless, clichéd slogans that didn’t really mean anything.

You won’t make any progress just studying on the weekends.

It’s meaningless unless you do it every day.

International observers say that election fraud is widespread, and that the results of the vote are meaningless.

The container may be the best in Japan, but if the contents are third class, then isn’t it completely meaningless?

Categorizing their music as punk or rock is meaningless.

It is both and it is more.

It is indefinable.

Critics complain that the state’s anti-pollution laws are meaningless because there is insufficient personnel to ensure compliance.

It’s better not to prattle on about meaningless things.

The more you open your mouth the more likely you are to put your foot in it.

141930 But to hear some folks tell it, those numbers are meaningless.

Some Democrat is just trying to stir up meaningless political nonsense.

The FCA said this answer was “wholly inadequate and virtually meaningless.”

If you don’t protect your roots, the globalization of Korean food is meaningless.

The terms are meaningless nowadays. reality check please What a total sock puppet!

Has it become such a meaningless rag that no one thinks of claiming it as his or her own?

He thinks, for example, it’s meaningless to ask what computing platform today is the most secure.

917843 We think of some data as meaningless said Michael Ham, a Dakota State instructor at the camp.”

Actually , meaningless ritual is an age-old problem.

The idea of a voltage at a single point is meaningless.

If a heavenly existence is still more valuable than an earthly existence, then the earthly one seems unnecessary and filled with meaningless suffering.

H said of the billing records “another of the meaningless mysteries of Whitewater.

Composers after him could not succeed in doing so, and the tarana became as meaningless as the ancient Nirgit.

Tom has seemingly given up on life and has resigned himself to a string of meaningless jobs as he waits for his life to change.

The Berlin Wall officially remained guarded after 9 November 1989, although the inter-German border had become effectively meaningless.

“U la la lej” is a meaningless title, the English equivalent would be something something like “La la la” or “Ooh Laa laa” to the French.

Dreessen cost Houston the game, but because Houston already locked in the No. 3 seed by winning the AFC South, win or lose, this game was meaningless.

He grins at Death; his world is a Jöns-world, believable only to himself, ridiculous to all including himself, meaningless to Heaven and of no interest to Hell.

John Boland of the Irish Independent dubbed the show “meaningless, unfunny codology” during which “nothing got said”, “a show about nothing” akin to Seinfeld “minus the laughs”.

He fills a plain space not with meaningless symbols or lines, but records of real, actual people who appreciated his work.

Moore felt the reversion clauses were ultimately meaningless, because DC did not intend to let the publications go out of print.

“Serú Girán” was a combination of meaningless words Charly had invented as part of an eponymous nonsense song he wrote in São Paulo.

In 1993 Sumon quit ‘Feelings’ and started to work on his first solo project ‘Sumon O’ Aurthohin’ meaning ‘Sumon and the meaningless’.

One s indifferently demeaning scenario proves just how meaningless its creators’ supposedly good intentions really are.

In baseball, statistics are meaningless without context; hitting 30 home runs in the 1930s is a lot different than hitting 30 today.

The leader of Pakistan’s senate noted that “the purpose of developing weapons becomes meaningless if they are not used when they are needed.

These schemes aimed at eliminating “meaningless drills” and abolished the ritualized formal mathematics instruction to seventh grade students.

On 11 February, knowing that his own supplies were running low, Yamashita called on Percival to “give up this meaningless and desperate resistance”.

The ideal performance for a bouffon would be one where the audience is wildly entertained, and then go home, realize their lives are meaningless, and commit suicide.

After all, words have meaning – even when they’re “meaningless.”
A national poll has much less use in the U.S. because it’s meaningless.”
Any alliance could happen at any time (Cookie and Anika?) so every alliance becomes meaningless.
Any political proposal “that is not based on the fight against terrorism would be meaningless,” he said.
A week or so later, you receive a meaningless document with unintelligible results from your blood sample.
Arizona’s ensuing touchdown with 44 seconds left became meaningless when the Cougars recovered an onside kick and ran out the clock.
“At the time, it seemed a meaningless difference” and an amount “well worth spending,” said panel member Jeffrey Heller, a high-rise architect.
And Parson knows as well as anyone that those scrimmage wins will be meaningless if the team isn’t prepared walking into a battle with the Tigers in a fortnight.
And as he told a television network covering his visits to primary schools in the northern suburbs: “If I stop swimming, it makes the death of Jenon meaningless to me.”
Albeit the passport checkpoint on vehicles entering the airport – long criticised as meaningless, wasteful and time-consuming – finally ended earlier this year, he adds.
And he was not entirely wrong – a constitution, no matter how many rights it guarantees or freedoms it enumerates, is meaningless without a healthy practice of politics.
Assad admits troop shortages, says talks ‘meaningless’ 26.07.2015 Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has admitted that his army is short of troops and has abandoned some areas.