Synonyms for Lifelessness:

n.

dreariness, blandness, vapidity, dryness, flavorlessness, asepticism, insipidness, sterility, insipidity, stodginess, vapidness, sterileness, jejuneness, colorlessness, drabness, weariness, flatness, excite. dullness (noun)
jejuneness, vapidness, blandness, insipidity, flatness, asepticism, sterileness, vapidity, drabness, stodginess.
inactivity (noun)
sleepiness, Sedentariness, motionless.
inertness (noun)
hibernation, coma, inactivity, languor, stillness, sluggishness, passivity, catatonia, Inanimation, dormancy, apathy, listlessness, motionlessness, paralysis, idleness, insensibility, reposefulness, immobility, lethargy, inertness, stagnancy.
lethargy (noun)
indolence, slowness, tiredness, dullness, torpor, slothfulness, laziness.
lifelessness (noun)
dryness, flavorlessness, weariness, vapidity, insipidity, asepticism, blandness, jejuneness, drabness, inanimateness, flatness, sterility, stodginess, colorlessness, vapidness, slowness, sterileness, dreariness, insipidness.
state (noun)
motionlessness, stillness.
torpor (noun)
inactivity, sleepiness, apathy, idleness, dullness, sluggishness, languor, listlessness, dormancy, laziness.

Other synonyms:

drabness, flatness, sterileness, asepticism, colorlessness, dreariness, stodginess, flavorlessness, blandness, vapidity, vapidness. insipidness, jejuneness, insipidity. dryness, weariness. sterility. Other relevant words:
dreariness, blandness, vapidity, dryness, inanimateness, asepticism, insipidness, sterility, insipidity, stodginess, vapidness, sterileness, jejuneness, colorlessness, drabness, weariness, flavorlessness, flatness.

Usage examples for lifelessness

  1. These derelict things stood there in long rows with a dismal look of lifelessness and abandonment, and as I looked at them I knew that though the remnants of the Belgian army might be fighting in its last ditch and holding out at Antwerp against the siege guns of the Germans, there could be no hope of prolonged resistance against overwhelming armies. – The Soul of the War by Philip Gibbs
  2. Besides this, there is the conventional acting of the majority of the singers, the dull lifelessness of the choruses, the defective acoustics, and the exaggerated utterance and gestures of the actors, demanded by the great dimensions of the place- all of which is a serious obstacle to the conception of a living and simple art. – Musicians of To-Day by Romain Rolland Commentator: Claude Landi