Hapless in a sentence as an adjective

I can all too easily picture a hapless developer whose family doesn't know where he is.

And of course, the general mentality isn't in favor of snitches even when the snitches are hapless victims.

You played this hapless guy who escaped and explored worlds, with compelling confusion about who your enemies and friends were.

"We can debate all day about whether or not Apple would do that to our hapless designer we know they just did that to Samsung so we know its possible.

Pay attention because in six months one of these hapless bastards will claim everyone agreed to something preposterous in the meeting.

They swept this under the rug; countless hapless developers were mindlessly releasing broken apps during this period.

There is too much money to be made by manipulating it, and so its full of bad actors who are chortling away while stealing billions of dollars from hapless 'lusers.

It is all about facts, which is what journalism should really be about.> Without providing this context, the piece portrays American diplomats in Iran as hapless victims.

In my opinion, Apple's doing a good job of shooting themselves in the foot at every opportunity, but just like hapless Microsoft, it will take years for them to successfully **** away their lead.

People who are initially targeted for federal prosecution but somehow 'escape' are frequently recharged for something else - for example, the hapless fuel-cell entrepreneur Krister Evertson.

Hapless definitions


deserving or inciting pity; "a hapless victim"; "miserable victims of war"; "the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic"- Galsworthy; "piteous appeals for help"; "pitiable homeless children"; "a pitiful fate"; "Oh, you poor thing"; "his poor distorted limbs"; "a wretched life"

See also: miserable misfortunate pathetic piteous pitiable pitiful poor wretched