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lacking the qualities requisite for spiritedness and originality

Synonyms for vapid

lacking taste or flavor or tang

lacking significance or liveliness or spirit or zest

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Jennifer Coolidge portrays a vapid beauty contestant in one vignette from the "Thank God You're Here" pilot.
If you've ever read the vapid dronings of a food critic at an arts alternative newsweekly, you will get the level of 'innovation' and depth' this book, and the writer, can justly claim for the obituary form.
Alternately, there were aesthetic approaches to the city, such as the watercolor-and-gouache easel paintings of Silke Otto-Knapp, which captured a tinselly artifice through shimmering gold-and-silver surfaces that rhymed with cheap design but also flirted with vapid decorativeness.
The vapid integration of online video into education-related Web sites is bringing user control and powerful new dimensions to the school curriculum that have never before been possible.
Designed for cell/system and standalone applications, the HVL 500 CNC high-speed horizontal-spindle machining center features 18,000-rpm spindle speeds, 65-70 m/min vapid traverse rates, and 0.
Why choose a group of vapid straight girls who have made a career of playing technopop classics while posing and smirking like some straight man's wet dream, when there are intelligent, beautiful, talented, lesbian musicians like classical guitarist Sharon Isbin?
The large pixel size does mean that it helps to be some distance from the building to register the images, though the slightly coarse grained effect (like watching an old black and white movie) is quite compelling, compared with the often vapid slickness of LEDs.
Gough's gentle accompaniment suits this odd, dual coming of age tale, where a thoroughly caddish, self-serving lout (Grant) quite accidentally befriends a horribly confused mama's boy (the brilliant Tom Collette) and in stumbling, bumbling fashion finds something of value to fill his empty, vapid life.
She said: ``I couldn't believe how vapid and vacant and empty all the children's stories were.
The same program's other world premiere, the vapid Dei Sogni Piacevoli by the company's ballet master, Luc de Lairesse, challenged neither audiences nor dancers.
Roger Williams, writing in "Out with the Old, In with the New" in the January 2000 Currents, says that strategic planning "lies still and vapid like a tired old fox terrier on the couch.
Thankfully, not everywhere are the memories of the 1970s so vapid and domesticated.
Thus the language of the play is filled with menacing nonsense, which entangles the characters in its own vapid emptiness.
How refreshing to hear a churchman speak out on the national scene against the vapid secularism promoted by our governments and media today
It's disappointing to see The Progressive magazine join vapid sitcoms in perpetuating false stereotypes.