from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Devoid of substance; insubstantial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no substance; unsubstantial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no substance; unsubstantial.
If all you have to offer is this kind of substanceless and inflammatory rhetoric, you are, indeed, useless.
It's the kind of substanceless fawning that leads some to conclude that the press is soft on Obama.
They can put out the most superficial substanceless “critiques” and know that there is an army of clowns out there who will lap it up.
For him a powerful, substanceless argument was a disgusting thing: rhetoric without truth was one of the greatest threats to the "good" society.
I realized that the right was not the party for those who valued logic and reasoning over hyperemotion and and incendiary/substanceless rhetoric ..
As always, you can mount nothing but substanceless ad hominem attacks.
You “progressive” cement-heads can take solace in knowing that Austrian School analysis is also despised in the many statist quarters of “the right” as much as it is on the left and with the same level of substanceless ignorance and mindless hysteria.
It was always Jefferson and Madison's intent that raving lunatic extremists would influence policy through fear, anger, misinformation and trite substanceless quips followed by a wink o, a shake of the a$$ or a fervent waving of the speaking-fist.
Living in the substanceless Void, the immortal Mr g, with the help of his kibitzing Aunt Penelope and Uncle Deva, decides to create the universe.
The grey trunk wrapped around a patch of air and I could have swore I saw something there - a substanceless shimmer, a spectral glitter.
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