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Use "jejuneness" in a sentence
"Beyond extravagant language, beyond absurd fine things, it lies in a certain lack of reality and sobriety of sense and view, -- in a certain indefinable jejuneness in the mental fare provided, which makes mature men feel that somehow it does not satisfy their cravings."
"If a reader new to the classics opened Thucydides, his first impression would probably be one of jejuneness, of baldness."
"It was as if she felt their perfunctory nature, their conspicuous jejuneness, and nevertheless, like him, was utterly unable to broach the discussion of more serious things."