At its most pejorative, the term describes a uniquely disposable kind of young gay man: Hairless, guileless, witless.
Sorry, but the endless apologies from hapless celebrities and witless pundits add up to a big zero.
She found that this defensive warfare partly distracted her from the witless, interminable bickering within.
The man Lazarus is witless, he writes, of the relative value of all things.
Both old maids and young ones, the witless and wise Gain husbands at pleasure, while none will me prize; Ah!
And all this witless piffle because of a quite natural misunderstanding of mine.
Bores stopped him on the street to repeat ancient and witless stories.
There was a witless vanity about my friend that sat on him almost like a virtue.
He was conscious that he touched it with numb and witless fingers, mechanically pushing it upon the red diamond.
I was hardly so witless as not to realize the truth of his admonition.