utterly senseless

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The man struck the shrewd blow he had purposely withheld for so long, and Buck crumpled up and went down, knocked utterly senseless.
Judge Walford said: "It just seems to be an utterly senseless thing to do, almost crime for the sake of crime.
We are struggling to make any sense of this utterly senseless attack, and our sincerest condolences go out to the families of the victims.
Mr Bird, Big Issue editor-inchief, said: "We are struggling to make any sense of this utterly senseless attack and our sincerest condolences go out to the families of the victims.
It seems utterly senseless that these victims are not eligible to use the SARC facility in Nuneaton and instead will be forced to continue using alternative SARC facilities located within Birmingham.
Jan Hills, North Yorkshire's district crown prosecutor, said: "This utterly senseless act led 16-PAGE GAELIC GAMES SUPPLEMENT EVERY FRIDAY IN THE IRISH RACING POST to the tragic death of two young people, both of whom had their whole lives and promising sporting careers ahead of them.
Accusing anyone who visits Palestine of promoting normalization of ties with Israel is utterly senseless.
At other times, the soccer seems to Weez to be utterly senseless, inane really, especially the pep talks by coaches who make every game sound like a matter of life and death.
It would be totally and utterly senseless to even consider relinquishing a job which is still very, very new to him.
Li Qing's Kosovo 1999 documents a time of suffering not only for the Serbian people but for all who believe in humanity, as these poetically translated accounts of innocent children prove once again how utterly senseless war can be.
The crime also demands attention because the shooting was utterly senseless, needless and completely unjustifiable.