meanless
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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]}, SpringerVerlag, ISBN 9780387521824, page 208:
 […] is stopped () if either the estimation error is within a "dead zone" (), or the arrival data are meanless ().
 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 9789810216870, page 199:
 Another unfailing “mean” to characterize such meanless distributions is the logarithmic mean […]
 2004, in 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; […]
 1990, in Experimental Robotics I: The First International Symposium Montreal,^{[3]}, SpringerVerlag, ISBN 9780387521824, page 208: