Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Besides, demographically speaking, nobody wants to advertise on a show that stars a vacant-eyed bald vegetable sitting in a hot tub.

    Three Battlestar Galactica spinoffs better than ‘Caprica’

  • Across the street stand the vacant-eyed sleepless, who watch everything blankly and sell drugs to people in cars all night and all day.

    The Future and Why We are Afraid

  • When we think about employee indifference, we tend to think of a vacant-eyed, gum-chewing wage slave filing his nails or yakking on a cellphone while a hapless customer desperately tries to get his attention.

    How To Get Your Employees To Treat Customers Better

  • The picture she was looking at was a grainy shot of some vacant-eyed teenagers hanging out in front of the local mall.

    The Book of Punishments

  • In the end, the blonde one dies (she's a bit of a ditz, and the ditz always gets it), the yellow-dress escapes (she looks too sensible to do anything but escape), and the one in the black dress, vacant-eyed, stays with the creepy old dude in the creepy old house (despite the tearful protests of Yellow Dress).

    August 2010

  • They found the smiling, vacant-eyed Venusian at the base of the white cliff.

    "The Morons" by Harl Vincent, part 4

  • Behind its thick plate-glass windows vacant-eyed mannequins show off the latest fashions.

    Smile for the Camera

  • My brother was living, vacant-eyed, occasionally drooling proof that everything they were could be taken away.

    Best Friends Forever

  • Snuffles: No, no! Better than that is how the vacant-eyed reporter defeats the bad guys at the movie's end by getting tied to a stake and standing there all vacant-eyed while the magic amulet he's wearing does magic for him!

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The tone and substance of this dreck reminds me of the testimony of the vacant-eyed teenagers at the trials that followed the beating and drowning death of Reena Virk.

    The banality of evil


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.