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At this point the joylessness of the economic expansion for most Americans is a mystery.
But there was a kind of joylessness to the times in between that made her cranky.
Most striking is the joylessness of the Administration's reaction to democratic pressures in both countries.
His solemn bearing betrayed a certain joylessness in his job.
Barry is great at nailing the specifics of joylessness.
All this angst gives Marion a certain joylessness from time to time.
We see it in the joylessness, in the inner sadness, that can be read on so many human faces today.
It turns out that excessive fatigue, insomnia, and joylessness can all be symptoms of depression.
He is condemned to joylessness and war, and I cannot cross, Leila.
Sign up for the League of Joylessness.
Joylessness is not becoming.
Although Fatsis succeeds in capturing the grandeur of tournament play, we're also struck by its joylessness.
Their coupling had had in every regard but the matter of her acquiescence, all the aggression and the joylessness of rape.
Yet over and over again, Lautrec turned out images of alienation, joylessness and ennui.
But Emma hated Vegas' tacky joylessness.
Raederle's face slipped unexpectedly into his mind, and he was startled at the joylessness he felt in himself at the thought of her.
But there is a strange drilled joylessness about the entire affair that puts you in mind of boy-scout rallies or the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony.
Williams's leadership skills have blossomed since he joined the Blazers last season after what seemed like an eternity of joylessness with the New Jersey Nets.
This is evil, evil, what passes on this island: this loss of craft and pride, this joylessness, this waste.
Those lone voices that complain about the joylessness of Christmas are silenced by the rum-pum-pum-pum of Muzak carols in elevators.
There were some cute plaid suits and nice keyhole jersey dresses, but there was a real joylessness at the door, in the room and on the runway.
But there is a joylessness in this Richard and this production that makes it a peculiarly mechanical counterpoint to the resonant "Richard II."
Thus the Mendelssohn raced and rattled like a transcendental velocity etude; the octaves in Liszt's paraphrase had a high-tech joylessness.
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