lustless

lustless

(ˈlʌstləs)
adj
without lust or vigour
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Wanderlust stars Toni Collette, 45, as Joy and Steven Mackintosh, 51, as Alan - a loving couple exploring an open relationship to revive their lustless marriage.
Thus far the narrator serves as point of perspective, as lustless (and seemingly listless) voyeur, but one who requires intimacy, a human knowingness.
It bespeaks an interminable lustless life in a very reliable Serta.
But even more importantly it took us under the skin of local people in a way that this frequently lustless piece from April de Angelis fails to do.
In this regard Trilling is moved to comment: "His [Henry Crawford's) adultery with Maria Bertram is not only loveless but lustless; so far from being forgivable as passion, a free expression of selfhood, it is merely a role undertaken, a part played as the plot requires" (1972, 78).