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Sentence count:28Posted:2017-02-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: asinineblankemptyfatuoushollowinanemindlessSimilar words: innocuouspromiscuousconspicuousvacuumevacuatevivacioustenuousarduousMeaning: ['vækjʊəs]  adj. 1. devoid of intelligence 2. devoid of significance or point 3. devoid of matter 4. void of expression. 
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(1) Male models are not always so vacuous as they are made out to be.
(2) Sure, he delivered a vacuous inaugural speech.
(3) Or consider the issue of vacuous names, names that do not name anything.
(4) Pretty meant vacuous, personality meant show-off, having fun was shopgirl mentality.
(5) Far from being vacuous storytelling, myth in its true sense is a communion with the deepest truths of existence.
(6) He still wore his expression of vacuous merriment, which must have been habitual rather than assumed in my honour.
(7) The man had a bland, vacuous face, protruding green eyes and lank, brown, greasy hair.
(8) His eyes looked dull, almost vacuous.
(9) Both are equally remote and vacuous.
(10) Therefore, to avoid a vacuous academic talk, ethical misconduct cannot be treated with vague academic parlance.
(11) The highbrow Le Monde dismissed it as a vacuous gigantic stewpot.
(12) Here we have the morally vacuous idealism that venerates a mass murderer: It doesn't matter what you believe as long as you really believe it and give it your all.
(13) Replace the nutritionally vacuous iceberg lettuce with baby spinach in tacos or mix sweet potatoes in your regular mashed potatoes.
(14) They were at an opposite pole from the self-important, vacuous management.
(15) Unfortunately, while superficially attractive, those context-independent truth criteria which have been suggested turn out to be vacuous or tautological.
(16) In a more reflective mood, the Marxist explanation turned out to be almost vacuous, in detail.
(17) But in the hands of director John Singleton, it instead descends disappointingly into vacuous, hokey Hollywoodism.
(18) With blatant double standards such as this, the West's claim of taking a moral and ethical stand is vacuous.
(19) Since contradictions convey absolutely no information, the cosmic bootstrap turns out to be vacuous.
(20) Some kind of comparison outside the text or corpus is necessary, otherwise statements of frequency are vacuous.
(21) Some practitioners will fulfil these roles, often acting unethically in judging celebrities or making sex science seem vacuous or over simplistic.
(22) We would be satisfied with any draft document, however vacuous.
(23) "One cup of broccoli has your daily intake of vitamin C," she said. Replace the nutritionally vacuous iceberg lettuce with baby spinach in tacos or mix sweet potatoes in your regular mashed potatoes.
(24) She seemed almost to be apart from herself -- vacuous duplicate only.
(25) He has swapped talk of plain " rupture " for the vacuous " tranquil rupture ".
(26) In return, he offered cuts in industrial tariffs that were, if anything, even more vacuous.
(27) Happiness purifies our soul, and pales those who are materialistically prosperous yet spiritually vacuous.
(28) Someone who is moving from an interesting but false claim to a true but vacuous claim.
More similar words: innocuouspromiscuousconspicuousvacuumevacuatevivacioustenuousarduousfatuousunctuousvirtuoussuperfluoussumptuousstrenuousambiguousingenuousassiduousdeciduouscontinuoussensuouslyvoluptuousincongruoustumultuoustempestuousimpetuouslymellifluouscontemptuouspresumptuousdisingenuouscontemptuously
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