Origin of soulless
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Examples from the Web for soulless
But from the anguish of soulless industrial lagers rises the emancipation of artisan brewing.
There is certainly a lucrative yet dignified sweet spot between small time micro-brewer and soulless mass-producer.
It's hard to say what's more terrifying—the soulless army of Stepford wives or the dead-eyed Nicole Kidman.9 New Movies to Stream on Netflix This June
The Daily Beast
June 9, 2014
They hand out brochures to potential investors that say things like “You are not dealing with a soulless corporation.”American Dreams, 1924: ‘So Big’ by Edna Ferber
March 29, 2014
The county town in Guangshan looks shabby and soulless, and is surrounded by flat countryside.An Oral History of Mao’s Greatest Crime
November 24, 2013
Can you imagine sleeping in the same house with such a soulless thing?
Is it because they are hideous, or because they are soulless?
That she would hate a soulless creature he accepted as a foregone conclusion.
Those eyes were the shiny, vacuous, soulless eyes of a madman!The Floating Island of Madness
The drone of his voice had a strangely rasping, soulless ring.Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard
- lacking any humanizing qualities or influences; dead; mechanicalsoulless work
- (of a person) lacking in sensitivity or nobility
- heartless; cruel
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Word Origin and History for soulless
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