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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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After taking Mahela Jayawardene's wicket, Tahir ran so aimlessly that the cameraman had a tough time trailing him.
Unfortunately the progress to date has been painfully slow with the whole project seeming to drift aimlessly.
The job description requires applicants to frequent overcrowded rooms, shuffle down grimy corridors and loiter aimlessly in dark semi-lit basements.
We should be at advanced stages with 3-4 targets, not aimlessly wandering from one to another."
The spin-offs would be good - charities could be helped, young (and not so young) people would have a purpose and not hang about aimlessly on streets.
The Italian army had more shots in WW2, as our immobile and clueless team staggered around aimlessly like a kid trying to hit a pinata.
The man untied the ropes and allowed the boat to drift aimlessly around the small harbour, which is often home to million-pound yachts.
IN spite of what he said in Llandudno on Saturday, Ed Miliband must know that virtually everything within the NHS is and has always been provided by the private sector and, as we and those within the NHS have no say in how it is run, it has been allowed to develop into a rudderless institution that just meanders aimlessly between one objective and another.
The Starship Superia wanders space aimlessly because the coordinates to the home planet have been lost.
Wandering aimlessly never gets you anywhere, but far too many play their careers out like that.
And what witches these were, cast as East End hoodies aimlessly mooching about, as clichd as the Mummerset sailors leaving their nymphs on the shore at the beginning of Act III.
"Gunnin' Thru the Night" is the sort of song young guys blare from their car radios while driving aimlessly at night, and "Naked Backyard Jam," well, that leaves little to the imagination.
Following his release from the hospital last week, Mr Kirk was again picked by the police for "walking around town aimlessly" with a petrol can.