from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or quality of being vapid; vapidity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being vapid; deadness; flatness; insipidity: as, the vapidness of ale or cider that has become stale.
- n. Dullness; want of life or spirit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being vapid and unsophisticated
Your vapidness is only match by the way you try to defend the indefensible.
But now that he's writing monthly for the Washington Post, it's apparent that it wasn't the tight deadline that was to blame; his vapidness and silliness are timeless.
Despite the fact that the Hiltons are well-known for their vapidness, they do occasionally step up and participate in worthwhile activities like this from time to time.
To catch up on the commentary, check out how the Wonk Room's Igor Volsky (somewhat oddly) uses the vapidness of congressional floor debate, which is often little more than kabuki at this point, to argue against the airing of this final, substantive round.
Her EP "Cannibal" is just what you'd expect: nine songs of bad Madonna reruns that lead with shock value, follow with vapidness, and are bathed in a sea of Auto-Tune.
This is an idiotic take and goes to show the vapidness of talking heads like Schneider.
For there is more to be gained by what one earns than through the vapidness of dreams alone.
Cantor and DeMint were asked what they'd propose; they bloviated with astonishing vapidness.
Not to mention exposing them to the vapidness of a celebrity's daily lives, like they needed more?
However, once the novelty of these one-liners wear off, the noise clears, the dust settles, and the plain fact of the vapidness of these one-liners become apparent.
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