In the semi-obscurity they saw the victim, quite senseless, stretched out beside her husband’s body.
He was dashed--first against one wall, then against the other; he sank to the floor, and lay there--senseless.
from this fellow of senseless bravado, who was constantly exposing his life in duels in order to satisfy a silly sense of honor. Oh, the meekness of the bluff Senor Desnoyers after these reflections!
A broad, drunken, half senseless grin overspread his face.
At this point I suddenly gave up pondering on this senseless tangle, and sank back in despair with my head on my pillow.
During Mass, you know, when I look out from the altar and see my congregation, Avraamy starving, and my wife, and think of the doctor’s wife—how blue her hands were from the cold water—would you believe it, I forget myself and stand senseless like a fool, until the sacristan calls to me. . . .
He had fallen, one evening, senseless upon the tiled floor of his bedroom, stricken with brain fever.
He stood as though lost in thought, and a strange, humiliated, half senseless smile strayed on his lips.
It was an ordinary attack of our conjugal hatred, senseless and unseemly, such as had been frequent during our married life, but what had the starving peasants to do with it?
My wife turned her pale face towards me. I was about to kiss her, when she exclaimed: 'Oh! it is not he! It is net he!' and fell senseless.
not marked by the use of reason: mindless, reasonless, unreasonable
unresponsive to stimulation: unconscious, insensible
serving no useful purpose; having no excuse for being: worthless, pointless, purposeless, wasted, otiose, superfluous
(of especially persons) lacking sense or understanding or judgment: witless, stupid, soft-witted, nitwitted