aimless

[eym-lis]
adjective
without aim; purposeless.

Origin:
1620–30; aim + -less

aimlessly, adverb
aimlessness, noun
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aimless (ˈeɪmlɪs)
 
adj
having no goal, purpose, or direction
 
'aimlessly
 
adv
 
'aimlessness
 
n

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Example sentences
Without a theory and mechanism, data and evidence drift aimlessly on a
  boundless sea.
They'll hoist their weapons around cover and fire aimlessly to keep you
  suppressed.
Fifteen of them wander aimlessly in center field, shuffling a little, staying
  out of the way.
It makes for a nation that wanders along aimlessly with eyes and ears closed to
  new information.
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