Definition of objectless in US English:

objectless

adjective

  • See object

    • ‘Baudrillard insists that consumption is objectless, the ceaseless acquisition of artefacts that in fact have no end in themselves, and in doing so repeats a theme from Schopenhauer.’
    • ‘How question Shakespeare's sympathy for such a youthful, noble victim who would, I think, find any one of the situations awaiting him far in excess of any objectless feeling?’
    • ‘The more general theoretical response to these problems has been to see artworks such as ‘Fountain’ and its mid-century heirs as essentially objectless gestures.’
    • ‘Mystical illumination, then, unlike objectless contemplation, is inherently of the nature of a gift.’
    • ‘The cliff was not in the way of anything, but this objectless blasting was all the work going on.’

Pronunciation

objectless

/ˈäbjəktləs/