- futa jallon,
- futcher's line,
Origin of futile
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But conservatism now feels a lot like liberalism did in 1984 and 1985, back when I was futilely shoveling away that snow.
I have spent the many years since trying, futilely, to catch up.Inside the NYT Book Review: ‘How I Write’ Interviews Sam Tanenhaus|Noah Charney|August 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Israel is quick to laud those who fought the Nazis, no matter how futilely, over those who went powerless to their deaths.
Futilely, and in desperation he strained at the controls for a moment and then, with a roar of fury, he turned back to the doctor.Rescue Squad|Thomas J. O'Hara
Maida's voice, futilely attempting to broadcast over the uproar.Tarrano the Conqueror|Raymond King Cummings
Bernheim had treated him futilely for months and was curious to know how he had been cured.Health Through Will Power|James J. Walsh
Houston reeled with the effect of it; he gasped, he struggled aimlessly, futilely, for words to answer it.The White Desert|Courtney Ryley Cooper
The mud-stained grey figures struck at him wildly, futilely.War and the Weird|Forbes Phillips