leading nowhere


Also found in: Idioms.
See: blind
References in classic literature ?
I stumble on, I know not how nor care, for the way seems leading nowhere, and there is no light to guide.
While it appears that course of the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight could be leading nowhere, a new report has emerged claiming that both camps are certainly making progress and that a deal could be finalised in less than two weeks.
BRUSSELS, Dec 12 (KUNA) -- Members of the European Parliament on Wednesday criticised the summits with which EU leaders are attempting to build economic and monetary union, saying that it was leading nowhere.
It's funny when hallways leading nowhere take you exactly where you're meant to be.
Tests on the subcontinent often produce lop-sided scorecards so that they become a collection of figures leading nowhere.
The purpose is not to blacken the Government, but to influence it to change its present course that is leading nowhere.
Defence Minister Herve Morin said last night: "Negotiations were leading nowhere and the boat was approaching the coast.
As passengers leave the station there has been a ramp to the right for many years leading nowhere, but now suddenly, and I like to think my letter might have helped, the authorities have suddenly created another ramp for the elderly and disabled to leave and enter the station.
A frustrating quarter of an hour later, our convoy returned to the road closure sign and headed in the opposite direction, only to find the diversion signs leading nowhere.