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inane

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinanei‧nane /ɪˈneɪn/ adjective  STUPID/NOT SENSIBLEvery stupid or without much meaning Most pop lyrics are pretty inane. an inane remarkinanely adverb Dave smiled inanely.inanity /ɪˈnænəti/ noun [countable, uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
inaneLots and lots of rumors, most of which are inane.I quickly switch the subject, asking him something inane about eighteenth-century poetics.But in this return he sometimes found something as horribly inane as the tedium of the city clerk's world.Penelope began an inane conversation about a recent best seller she had read.Penny began an inane conversation about the book she was reading to fill the silence.Bad acting, weak script and inane dialogue -- this movie is truly awful.The evening was conducted according to the inane form of a quiz show.In spite of his inane malapropisms, he can talk circles around everyone else in the book.an inane movie
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