Definitions for visionless
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the act or power of sensing with the eyes; sight.
the power of anticipating that which may come to be; foresight:
something seen in or as if in a dream, often attributed to divine agency. the experience of such a perception.
a vivid, imaginative anticipation:
visions of wealth and glory.
something seen; an object of sight.
a scene, person, etc., of extraordinary beauty.
Origin of vision:
1250–1300; < L vīsiō act of seeing, sight, der. of vid(ēre) to see
Lacking a vision; uninspired.
destitute of vision; sightless