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vacuous

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Instead, the film includes a lineup of Kipchoge admirers describing his greatness in the same lofty, but ultimately vacuous terms that we’ve heard a thousand times before.

The Daily Telegraph's Lisa Armstrong called the show a "stupendously vacuous enterprise."

In the tape, the bull looks bored, wearing that peculiarly vacuous expression that only cows and bulls can know.

Smith speaks with perfect articulation and a vacuous undertone laces her words.

The assumption that feminism comes in a neat, Xeroxable package is gravely outmoded and vacuous.

Speaking of Daisy, Mulligan does as elegant a job as possible portraying such a vacuous character.

"It comes to this," drawled Average Jones intently, looking the employee between his vacuous eyes.

Gossip must often have been likened to the winged insect bearing pollen to the flowers; it fertilizes many a vacuous reverie.

Lady Mary smiled at this vacuous repetition, but her mother went into a great rage, opening her old jaws like a maddened horse.

She submitted to the other's will like a tired child, dropping into a chair and eyeing him with a vacuous expression.

She knew neither of them, and they were immature boys, with the empty and vacuous faces of almost degenerate illiteracy.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vacuous, such as: airheaded, bird-brained, blank, drained, dull, and dumb.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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