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- n. the quality of being vacuous
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being vacuous; emptiness; vacuity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being vacuous, in either sense; vacuity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. indicative of or marked by mental vacuity and an absence of ideas
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Last night Tory Derek claimed he was fed up with the other housemates' "vacuousness" sic.
I think that all Paul (Miles) G did was expose American wine consumers as the fickle mob that they are, further validating the vacuousness and self important Parkerist approach to wine: if someone tells me its good then it must be good.
As for Michelle Rhee, I heartily advise you distance yourself from her before the extent of her vacuousness becomes obvious.
The plaintive cry "Don't let the Government get its hands on my Medicare," might be apocryphal, but it highlights the vacuousness of a political movement that is built on deliberate denial by Americans of their own responsibility for the straits in which we find ourselves.
Herman "I don't have facts to back this up" Cain -- whose surge in the polls underscores the vacuousness of both Romney and Perry -- was recently given an opportunity by MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell to acknowledge that sexual preference isn't a choice.
So Y is constant enough to defend the theory against the charge of vacuousness and variable enough to resist falsification!
The smugness, vacuousness, laziness and intellectual dishonesty – all wrapped up in this one person, Mr. Howard Kurtz.
Paris Hilton and Lady Gaga competing for vacuousness.
Funny how this post demonstrates the vacuousness of conservatives of all stripes.
The vacuousness of your ideas is matched only by your confidence in their value.
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