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Definition of "vapidity" [va•pid•i•ty]

  • Bereft of strength, sharpness, flavour, etc; flat (adjective)
  • Boring or dull; lifeless (adjective)
  • The state or quality of being vapid; vapidness. (noun)

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Use "vapidity" in a sentence
  • "Amanda Seyfried is the star by far, as she takes a character nearly equal in vapidity and breathes life into her."
  • "Unfortunately, Myers's review of Tree of Smoke offers no evidence that this sort of stylistic vapidity is what he has is mind in lamenting the dominance of the sentence in contemporary prose."
  • "Come to think of it, the vapidity and dishonesty of most of these pseudo-books, especially in light of this past weekend's tragedy in Arizona, should cause more lunch-losing than all the rotting meat in America combined."
  • "One of the many frightening aspects to Palin as politician is that she flaunts her vapidity while likening herself and her “causes” to the Founding Fathers."