soulless

Part of speech: adjective

Having no soul; heartiess; unemotional.

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Usage examples "soulless":

  1. There the soulless devices sat complacently astride the trenches, and turning their guns along the ditches swept them in both directions. - "Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights", Kelly Miller.
  2. And it was for such things as these- for these false and slavish people, these dumb and soulless gods- that he had suffered all these tortures of shame and passion and despair; had made a rope to hang himself, forsooth, because one priest was a liar. - "The Gadfly", E. L. Voynich.
  3. You can detect their impatience by watching the sway of the mastheads against the motionless, the soulless gravity of mortar and stones. - "The Mirror of the Sea", Joseph Conrad.