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without aim, purpose, or intent

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continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another

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In the Old Testament the prophets spoke of this return to God, because when we wander away from our true calling and forget the needs of others, we become aimless and empty and our souls are not fed.
I am sick of left-wing politicians and their supporters who think that the aimless throwing around of vast sums of other people's money is the answer to all our problems.
The stories are always the same, characters seen as historically ignorant, aimless souls who present with anguish and angst "the sorrow of the slashed roots.
Fortunately, they have not invited a psychotic murderer to join them; unfortunately, their own aimless bordering on self-destructive tendencies just might have a comparable effect of their lives.
Maybe it's Ventura Boulevard's incongruous -- some might say really weird -- mix of pet shops, nail salons, psychic healers and gourmet pizza joints that invites the tired, aimless and deeply emotional from over the hill to enjoy a public-relations makeover along its sidewalks.
Yet I chiefly remember the pleasure of aimless talk, for Henderson was a teller and wonderful raconteur.
Worcester had been struggling with their forward-dominated game in the weeks before that encounter and decided to run the ball and offload at pace, but the result was a fairly aimless showing from both sides.
When he was young and spiritually aimless, she wept and prayed ceaselessly for his return to faith.
Though his only direct queer reference is a personal aside about a memorable sexual peccadillo in Paris, Dessaix constructs this literary travelogue with observations and anecdotes that will resonate with any curious queer traveler, Like Edmund White's The Flaneur (an homage to loitering through Paris, aimless yet attuned to history and chance adventure), Twilight of Love revels in the thrill of allowing whim and obsession to unseat the rigid travel agent as arbiter of itinerary.
She also demonstrates that the video camera's aimless gaze can become useful in spite of itself, an evidentiary permanent record.
In reference to a recent Canadian Press article entitled "Army study paints picture of aimless, violent recruits", how can the Canadian Forces expect to recruit 5,000 troops?
There was a little too much aimless torch-singing - even with Blondie's Clem Burke providing a star turn on drums - although the simple guitar and vocal intro of Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) was awesome.
The looping tape of a musical vamp conveyed a measure of futility, and without the evocative props, the dancing felt aimless.
Her mother is mentally ill, her father is rich, busy and self-involved, and she is returning from an aimless year in Italy where she has lived with a few different men.
Trading was aimless with little investor enthusiasm, following the trend in the currency and stock markets in Tokyo in the wake of the weekend meeting of Group of Seven financial leaders in Florida.