(Old English: -leas, from leas, "free from, devoid of, false, feigned"; suffix meaning "lacking")

Free from, or without, friction.
1. If an action or attempt to do something is fruitless, it is unsuccessful or produces nothing of value.
2. Producing no fruit; barren.
3. Useless; unproductive; without results or succes.
Incapable of performing the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person, a thing, or a group, etc.
futureless (adjective), more futureless, most futureless
Having no prospect or hope that improvements or successes will take place after the current time: Fred found out that it was a futureless possibility that he would be able to get a well-paying job anytime soon.
graceless (adjective), more graceless, most graceless
1. Having or exhibiting no sense of propriety or decency: "The boy made a graceless and cruel remark about the handicapped girl walking in front of him in the hallway."
2. Inferior or clumsy in treatment or performance: "The audience was critical of the graceless production of the school play."
hair, haired, hairless, hairlessness
1. Any of the cylindrical filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal.
2. Any of the numerous fine, usually cylindrical, keratinous filaments growing from the skin of humans and animals; a pilus.
3. An aggregate of such filaments, as that covering the human head or forming the coat of most mammals.
4. A similar fine, filamentous outgrowth from the body of insects, spiders, etc.
5. Plants: a filamentous outgrowth of the epidermis.
6. Cloth made of hair from animals; such as, camel and alpaca.
7. A very small amount, degree, measure, magnitude, etc.; a fraction, as of time or space: "He lost the race by a hair."
8. To get into someone's hair; slang, to annoy or bother someone.
9. To let one's hair down:

To relax; behave informally: "She finally let her hair down and actually started to talk to us."

To speak candidly or frankly; to remove or to reduce restraints: "He let his hair down and told them about his marital problems."

10. To make one's hair stand on end, to strike or fill with horror; to terrify: "The stories of his war experiences made our hair stand on end."
11. To split hairs, to make unnecessarily fine or petty distinctions: "To argue about whether they arrived at two o'clock or at one minute after two is just splitting hairs."
12. To tear out one's hair is to manifest extreme anxiety, grief, or anger.
13. To a hair, perfect to the smallest detail; exactly: "The copy matched the original production to a hair."
14. Without turning a hair, without showing the least excitement or emotion.
15. A ball of hair: an accumulation of hair in the stomach or intestines of a cat or other animal as a result of the animal's licking its coat.
homeless, homeliness
homeless (HOHM lis) (adjective)
Referring to an individual who has no fixed residence or haven; no place to live: Estella volunteered at the shelter where homeless people could sleep and get food.
homeliness (HOHM lee nuhs) (noun)
Not attractive or good-looking: Trina's homeliness was a problem for her in her early years, but she was able to present a more attractive appearance in high school.

Because of Nathan's homeliness, people often thought he was homeless.

Having no image; without an image.
Having no limit; boundless; immeasurable.
masterless (adjective), more masterless, most masterless
1. Regarding the lack of an owner: The stray dog seemed masterless and wandered through the streets of the small town.
2. Ungoverned or ungovernable: The mustang turned out to be completely masterless and was not trainable at all.
merciless (adjective), more merciless, most merciless
Referring to an individual or, figuratively speaking, to something that is very cruel or resolute; unfeeling; hard-hearted: The weather turned quickly into dark clouds and sever showers, being merciless and pouring down on the outdoor wedding reception in the garden.