Nullness

Nullness

n.
a state of instinctive restlessness that arises when your society makes too many choices on your behalf—foreclosing all risks, codifying all moral dilemmas, deciding in advance whether you’ll succeed or fail—as if your conscience had been outsourced to an external provider, so it’s no longer necessary to have one on site.

From null, an empty set of values.

Star-Stuck

Wenbane

Ludiosis

Hobsmacked

Anthrodynia

Allope

Siso

Momophobia

Nyctous

Eisce

Ledsome

Anechosis

Covalent Bond

Kuebiko

Pâro

Anti-Aliasing

The Unsharp Mask

Mal De Coucou

Keyframe

Altschmerz

Mornden

Wellium

Trueholding

Kairosclerosis

Rookish

Mottleheaded

Symptomania