fantasists who lived in a warehouse, dreaming up grand yet ultimately fatuous
schemes to become rich and powerful.
Johnson made a rather fatuous
statement recently to the effect that the 1812 War "made us a nation"
TO complain about the Tories attacking the poor and disadvantaged is fatuous
Just like at Conwy nature reserve overlooking the estuary, a wonderful view is blocked by a fatuous
sign telling you how wonderful it is.
It struck me as fatuous
then, even intellectually dishonest.
I READ the article about the forest ranger in The Journal (September 9) with some dismay, especially in relation to the fatuous
reasons for killing deer given in the paper, such as the fact that the presence of deer would invite poaching.
This argument is largely fatuous
, because free market principles also imply customers willingly paying prices to which they have agreed - not prices forced on them through deceit and, sometimes, a threat of violence.
to say he should have been running, the Gold Cup is the pinnacle and we believed it was the right plan.
protestation parade, led by the laughable city fathers, leads me to despair.
Doesn't give a damn about the victim's rights but always ready to climb on to their pins and their high horses when it comes to protecting their thug clients as they ferret out loopholes and get-out-ofattacking jail-free cards - usually on legal aid and, of course, aided and abetted by the fatuous
European Convention on Criminals Rights.
In recent times, he has been neglected, taken as a minor figure, a fatuous
court painter of bohemian high society.
Cheryl Cole, a meteoric star of our fatuous
celebrity age, has filed for divorce.
Bashir and his regime have traded fatuous
conciliatory gestures with that of neighboring Chad, for example, on numerous occasions.
Alec Baldwin won a SAG award, Male Actor in a Comedy Series, to accompany his Golden Globe for his role as a fatuous
network executive on NBC's ``30 Rock.
SIR; I was taken aback by the fatuous
conclusion of Tara Garnett in Talking Shop that the key to reducing to climate-changing emissions is to rear less livestock and eat less meat and dairy produce (25 November, p59).