vapidness


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the quality of being vapid and unsophisticated

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Likewise, many of the best screwball sex war comedies such as Holiday and Theodora Goes Wild, not surprisingly written from the left, refined sophisticated film humor by attacking the social uselessness and sheer vapidness of the ultra-rich.
increasingly light and to my way of thinking, indifferent, innocuous wines that err on the side of intellectual vapidness.
A lot of Internet stuff looks disreputable, and there's a strain within the story of pure vapidness -- they'll take a shot at us, and then they'll say, "and by the way, they've got space aliens in the basement," too.
The day before, while demanding larger appropriations for certain scientific research projects that would be of great benefit to our electronics and communications industries, and of great importance to the nation as a whole, the Senator had aroused the opposition of a liberal Senator from New York who had complained, in passing, of what he termed the extreme vapidness of our recent automobile designs, their lack of adequate safety devices, and of the slackness of our quality control standards and procedures.
There is an occasional lapse into a kind of PC vapidness -- for example, when she worries that telling her own story may invalidate someone else's: "if I write about my experience, will I inadvertently marginalize someone else's?
He was brilliant and could be quite charming, but he was also a drag at parties because he'd sit in a corner and mumble to himself, appalled by the vapidness of my friends and their silly conversations.