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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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"As a whole, the US seems fretful, arrogant, aimless and reckless.
He expressed the hope that Imran Khan would focus on solution of KP real issues instead of wasting energies in aimless agitation politics.
Bahrainis and expats consider the street thugs aimless terrorists for what they are doing to society.
The western media portrayed an image of the movement which showed it to be aimless and unfocused, a movement which only gets attention when its members are arrested.
Aimless aiming - off the tee people tend to aim where the tee markers are pointing.
To acquaint oneself with how the country feels about the war in Afghanistan I highly recommend reading or watching the many forms of media available or perhaps speaking to members of the public; though I find it abhorrent that Stephen feels our servicemen, whose boots neither of us are fit to lace, are better off in an aimless war than back home.
Rippling synth strut that struggles to get into its stride and when it does it's not much more than an aimless ramble.
The singer, who has lent his voice to Hindi pop songs like Maujan hi maujan and Bhootni ke says he enjoyed his work in Mitti -- a story of four aimless boys expelled from university and their fight against the unscrupulous land mafia in Punjab.
Away from home, Liverpool bossed the shots count 16-5, the corners tally 9-2 and edged the possession.Watching Ricky Sbragia was right to note that Boro had ridden their luck, but Benitez bashing is a popular pastime and less than a week since winning so magnificently at Real Madrid, the Anfield chief is soaking up a few more aimless punches.
Alphie McCourt's A LONG STONE'S THROW (9781600245022, $29.98) receives the author's own narration as it tells of the youngest McCourt brother, Alphie, who escapes a miserable childhood in Ireland and heads to America only to find an aimless existence awaits him.
A widower of five years, Walter lives an aimless life as an economics professor in suburban Connecticut.
The blade shines, a sinister sparkling stainless steel The blade an instrument of surgical precision The blade cold not calculated, yet there's a callous certitude The blade a crazed concept of youthful exuberance The blade a fashion accessory, a predacious pre-requisite The blade placed in a sheath of aimless idiocy The blade anemblem of anguish & death The blade cuts deeper than the human flesh The blade available on eBay for a decent price Unfortunately the price of the blade: is life
And the Tory "big beast" wasted no time making his presence felt, lambasting the Government's efforts to revive the economy as "aimless wandering".