There is a lot of inutile talk about "significant form" by propagandists of the New Æsthetic.
M. France sees and notes many gestures, inutile or tragic, notes them with the enthralling simplicity of a complicated artist.
The tune of her life had never sounded so discouragingly faint and inutile.
Next she found the telephone wire cut and the speaking tube battered and inutile.
As Christy's plan was not in order, would be inutile, the business of the visitors at the islands was finished.
The faint swarming toward the light and the rending of the sphere of hope, frustrate, inutile.
inutile à dire que ses vêtements se trouvent imprégnés du “smell of india-rubber.”
inutile enum fere fuerit virtutem quidem nosse, acquirendæ autem ejus modos et vias ignorare.
It is true that it would have been inutile, for no incident occurred to put the colonists to any painful trial.
There is no necessity of disputing the daring of this scheme, and just as inutile would be a discussion of its ethics.