fatuous

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None but she would have been guilty of the fatuous vulgarity of "Italian nobility."

“You sure will,” agreed Toby, with one of his fatuous grins.

Instead of fatuous felicity, their faces suggested disappointment.

It is fatuous to develop one division at the expense of the other.

She said ‘Yes’ to him only for the sake of that fatuous, swindling father of hers.

Is Bronson Vandeman a fatuous fool; or does he take me for one?

She had no compunctions at all—but he was in the fatuous stage, drugged by his own imaginings.

She said “Yes” to him only for the sake of that fatuous, swindling father of hers.

His smile was dry and full of cunning, but his laugh was fatuous.

We should be quixotic and fatuous indeed if we attempted anything of the kind.

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