# meanless

## EnglishEdit

### EtymologyEdit

### AdjectiveEdit

**meanless** (*comparative* **more meanless**, *superlative* **most meanless**)

- (archaic) Meaningless, lacking meaning.
**1815**, Charlotte Nooth, A dish of tea!^{[1]}:- The window here, and there the door annoys, Then frequent repetitions tire the ear Of
**meanless**speeches, dull and insincere.

**2007**October 23, Marvin Hogan, “Eagles soar past Leopards”, in Gainesville Daily Register^{[2]}:- Harp continued to find receivers open and the Eagles added several
**meanless**touchdowns in the last half of the game.

- (not comparable, mathematics) Having no (mathematical) mean, or having a mean of zero.
**1990**, in*Experimental Robotics I: The First International Symposium Montreal*,^{[3]}, Springer-Verlag, →ISBN, page 208:- […] is stopped ( ) if either the estimation error is within a "dead zone" ( ), or the arrival data are
**meanless**( ).

- […] is stopped ( ) if either the estimation error is within a "dead zone" ( ), or the arrival data are
**1994**, M.R. Schroeder, “How to generate Thermal Photons – On the Computer”, in Gérard G. Emch et al. (editors),*On Klauder’s Path: A Field Trip*, World Scientific Publishing Co., →ISBN, page 199:- Another unfailing “mean” to characterize such
**meanless**distributions is the logarithmic mean […]

- Another unfailing “mean” to characterize such
**2004**, La Rivista del Nuovo cimento^{[4]}, Società italiana di fisica, page 35:- In particular: i) the average is used to get a
**meanless**dataset, as specified in sect.**20**; […]