MEANING: adjective: Devoid of energy or enthusiasm.

ETYMOLOGY: From list (desire, inclination), from Old English lystan (to be pleasing). Ultimately from the Indo-European root las- (to be eager), which also gave us lust. Earliest documented use: 1440.

LASTLESS - sign in shoemaker's shop: "Closed; out of materials"

LINTLESS - my belly button is quite clean

WISTLESS - not wanting for or desirous of anything

LISTLOSS - now how am I supposed to do my shopping?