otiose [oh-shee-ohs, oh-tee-]
1. being at leisure; idle; indolent.
2. ineffective or futile.
3. superfluous or useless.
1. lazy, slothful.
2. idle, vain, profitless.
3. redundant, worthless, pointless.
Origin: 1785-95; < Latin ōtiōsus at leisure, equivalent to ōti (um) leisure + -ōsus -ose
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