list·less adj \ˈlist-ləs\
Definition of LISTLESS
: characterized by lack of interest, energy, or spirit <a listless melancholy attitude>
— list·less·ly adverb
— list·less·ness noun
Examples of LISTLESS
The heat made everyone tired and listless.
The party was a listless affair.
He became listless, answered in monosyllables, gurgled, drank a great deal of whisky, and looked with hateful eyes at everyone. —Isaiah Berlin, New York Times Book Review, 12 Apr. 1987
Origin of LISTLESS
Middle English listles,
First Known Use: 15th century