Definition of "shallowness" [shal•low•ness]

  • The property of being shallow. (noun)

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Use "shallowness" in a sentence
  • "So that the magnitude of my shallowness is apparent, let me note before I say anything else, that even from our perch above, you could see what a handsome guy he is-we should all look so good at 71."
  • "He spoke feelingly of what he called the shallowness of rationalism, of the dangers of the age, beautifully of that splendid past which the church must conserve."
  • "That shallowness is dangerous in itself and a poor reflection on the nation that elected him."