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- n. The condition of being vaporous
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being vaporous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being vaporous; mistiness.
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- n. cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor
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Has his vaporousness seen any fences around labour camps in China, another country he has recently visited without bothering to mention how Christians are treated there?
Oh and here is a goody: what does his vaporousness think about terrorism?
Quite clearly, his vaporousness is incapable of grasping the links between Britain and America and the ideas that govern or in the case of Britain, used to govern those countries.
Their delicate vaporousness, and rare colours, were sweet delights to the old man, and he and Mrs. Welden spent happy evenings discussing them as personal possessions.
Of their living habitations they made little account, conceiving of them but as _hospitia_, or inns, while they adorned the sepulchres of the dead, and, planting thereon lasting bases, defied the crumbling touches of time and the misty vaporousness of oblivion.
Ken Kalfus on All Shall Be Well; All Shall Be Well; and All Manner of Things Shall Be Well by Tod Wodicka: Although Wodicka turns up a provocative thought here and there, this musing, typical of Burt’s grief-laden vaporousness, serves also to illustrate the artless, wordy and underarticulated writing that makes 'All Shall Be Well' such a Black Death of a chore to read.