inane[ ih-neyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF inane
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“Yes, quite well,” replied he, ignoring the inane effort at jest.
Next week I shall devour them and think them, no doubt, inane.
Suppose each one of us were to be haunted by his own inane utterances?
Most of all, he was angry with himself because of his inane sheepishness when she was about.
Whenever a man "turns over a new leaf" he has this inane giggle to face.
There was a frozen silence, excepting for his inane laughter.
He was not disagreeable or half so inane as this idea suggests.
Faith in "folklore" is by no means to be confounded with inane credulity.
"You are perfectly useless if you smile in that inane manner," he said.
In the eleventh he is inferior and trifling and inane—and strong.