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People will tell themselves that getting rid of their pillow is a meaningless protest.

They see results from last year’s 60-game season as almost meaningless.

A meaningless stream of letters lit up on the lamp board, ready to be radioed.

New York Knicks Coach Tom Thibodeau might not bat an eye at playing stars 50 minutes in a meaningless mid-January game, but Nash must exercise a lot more restraint to align himself with modern best practices.

Wendi Thomas showed that being an essential worker is effectively meaningless when nobody cares about your well-being.

If even one of those four people is somebody that didn't actually get the vaccine, the results are meaningless.

By 2014, that advantage still existed but was statistically meaningless: 47 percent Republican, 44 percent Democratic.

However, this has reduced consciousness of risk among young people, making the message of fear meaningless.

Don't hide behind meaningless rhetoric or claim you're ready for action only to back off when the NRA comes knocking.

We are at a dead end in a meaningless war, and we are paying the bill for this fighting every day.

The thoughts which came to him were startlingly primitive, direct and sometimes meaningless to him.

The vociferous tones pierce my ears, and my heart bleeds at his meaningless declamation.

A dozen of these terse but meaningless sayings now dance before our recollection, for who has not heard them, even to loathing?

This in English would be meaningless, and was perforce replaced by what seems to be a fair equivalent.

This at least is a sensation frequently conveyed by the occurrence of any meaningless affectation.

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On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to meaningless, such as: absurd, empty, futile, hollow, inconsequential, and insignificant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.