unprofitableness

[ uhn-prof-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unprofitableness
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His errors were errors of unprofitableness, but never of viciousness.

He lamented the unprofitableness of good laws, by being in bad men's hands.

I do it with reluctance, and with a constant remembrance of my own unprofitableness.

O pardon my unprofitableness, and abuse of thy mercies, and my sluggish loss of precious time!

No man upon earth is more sensible of the unprofitableness of a life like mine than I am, or groans more heavily under the burden.

The unprofitableness of these vast domains can be conceived only by the means of positive instances.

They have often tried the unprofitableness of their own work, and are now come to the sabbath indeed.

One only came directly and simply from Heaven, the Jewish; and even that was removed because of its unprofitableness.

I accuse myself of sloth and unprofitableness day by day; but when these waves of God flow into me I no longer reckon lost time.

For there is verily a disannulling of the commandment going before for the weakness and unprofitableness thereof.

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