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vapid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvapidvap‧id /ˈvæpɪd/ adjective  INTERESTING#lacking intelligence, interest, or imagination vapid conversationvapidity /væˈpɪdəti/ noun [uncountable]
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vapidJanice was in Martha's creative writing class and wrote short, bland poetry that resembled vapid Anglican hymns.The most highly regarded also had an articulate vision, going beyond vapid cliches of what the nation should become.It sounds vapid enough: the kind of remark Mrs Whosis on the ground floor would expect from me.And in his definitive text the novelist voices social unsteadiness as empty groupings and vapid motions.a vapid TV announcer
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