How to use Artless in a sentence as an adjective

I think connecting with the right pool of talent is an art, and a lot of shops are completely artless.> It's most definitely a seller's market, if programmers can take their pickMaybe I've been lucky, but I've never worked at a company that felt like we couldn't take our pick of applicants.

These are really clunky and artless, it's like one of those webcomics that's really just poser models.

>> "Social media sharing enhances my experience rather than detracting from it, precisely because it is so artless: I'm not thinking about how to describe where I am or what it looks like, I just check in or send a photo.

"They are artless and generous with what they have, to such a degree as no one would believe but him who had seen it." -- Columbus describing the Arawak

Social media sharing enhances my experience rather than detracting from it, precisely because it is so artless: I'm not thinking about how to describe where I am or what it looks like, I just check in or send a photo.

All the code I wrote last year looks bad to me; naieve, clumsy, artless.

It read like a synopsis of a really interesting story, but it was just delivered in the most artless way.

Yes, I had a reaction: "this is artless garbage".

What if, after transporting yourself mentally to the time and place, you still consider it artless or worthless?

Artless definitions

adjective

characterized by an inability to mask your feelings; not devious; "an ingenuous admission of responsibility"

See also: ingenuous

adjective

simple and natural; without cunning or deceit; "an artless manner"; "artless elegance"

adjective

showing lack of art; "an artless translation"

adjective

(of persons) lacking art or knowledge

See also: uncultivated uncultured