loveless[ luhv-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF loveless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOVELESS
Still we have bottled most of it and the labourer accepts his loveless lot.
Why else would you submit to a loveless life and the dull routine of toil?
Into what a nest of stings and thorns his loveless marriage had plunged him!
And so her life had flowed on, uniform, peaceful and respectable, but loveless.
That it could lead to more evil than a loveless marriage was not, however, to be feared.
They disappear, and alone she meets a cruel, loveless, unknown world.
Somehow it soothed her to know that she was not a forsaken, loveless maiden.
He turned, the light for the first time on his black, loveless face.
To live to self is the real root of every sin as it is of all loveless life.
Too many women sacrifice their personality in loveless marriages.