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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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We have decent ex-pros on the staff passing on their knowledge, so why can't we pass a ball more than five times before belting it aimlessly forward at the first sign of pressure?
The Coast Guard authorities deduced that these persons had apparently lost their way at sea and had been sailing aimlessly since days.
Police stated that he had been seen walking around town aimlessly with a gas can.
The whole show was toothless, soulless, lacked character, lacked personality and drifted aimlessly.
It usually involves a lot of phone calls and sometimes wandering around aimlessly.
They easily get lost, and so does the narrative as we wander aimlessly from city to city, watching the lads trying to raise money with demonstrations of their freestyle football skills.
The Wilf is a person who spends hour after hour on the web, browsing from site to site completely aimlessly, when (s)he really meant to find just one fact quickly.
The Valley is a good place to go when you want to drive aimlessly, not think, or work yourself up into a lather over problems real or imagined.
Hornstein as I poked aimlessly around the keyboard looking for the[R] sign.
They were drifting aimlessly in the ashes of this war and, as they say, "'they were ripe for picking.
Ever had the experience of wandering aimlessly around a supermarket for ages unable to find the product you're after?
On the Lawn at Graduation 2001, a seven-minute looped video of a woman's high-heel-shod foot swinging aimlessly to and fro, assumes added interest when accompanied by the martial rat-a-tat-tat rhythms of Gustav Holst's "Mars: The Bringer of War," the opening section of his suite The Planets (1918).
But the wicked will hear the sound of the wind blowing their chaff-lives aimlessly throughout the world (vv.
Christ came when the world, saturated with pagan idols, cruelty and lack of love, lived aimlessly in spiritual darkness.
Driving aimlessly around the countryside with her pot-smoking boyfriend, sixteen-year-old Nomi Nickel rages against her runaway mother deserting her, the imposition of English assignments by her teacher, and fate in general.