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 Field told him: "This was an utterly senseless attack and it was clearly premeditated.
In a tragic reminder of the kind of plague that fraternities represent, we are again tormented by the utterly senseless death of a young man in the hands of people he aspired to call brothers.
Knowing that Jem never hurt anyone and yet someone has taken his life is completely and utterly senseless.
Her killing appeared utterly senseless and was baffling.
But, if India's Pokhran test was thoughtless, Pakistan's Chaghi blast was utterly senseless.
The contention that isolationism, xenophobia and pulling back from the world is the way forward for a country which has, throughout its history, built its power through building bridges and creating networks is utterly senseless and illogical.
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.