Examples of needless in a Sentence
needless expenditures that pushed the construction project way over budget
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Those options, needless to say, are not available to many of their citizens.
So needless to say, Johnson has a tough task in front of him in his return to Columbus.
Howard picked up his fifth foul with 2:40 left in the third quarter and four of the fouls were away from the basket, many from needless reaching in.
The other is forbearance, or an acceptance by politicians of the need to exercise their powers judiciously, to avoid needless confrontation.
Marco Rubio, needless to say, had a tougher time with the crowd.
The ease of acquiring firearms causes thousands of needless deaths in the U.S.
On the House and Senate floor, meanwhile, Republicans dusted off Schumer’s own playbook from the 2013 shutdown fight, accusing Democrats of causing a needless disruption for a partisan agenda.
The president wants $18 billion over ten years; the Pentagon spends about $125 billion on needless bureaucracy every five years — according to the Pentagon.
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Definition of needless for English Language Learners
: not needed or necessary
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