vacuously

IPA: vˈækjuʌsɫi

adverb

  • In a vacuous manner, lacking thought.
  • (logic) Because of being a vacuous truth.

Examples of "vacuously" in Sentences

  • You mean you can dispose of God that easily and vacuously?
  • It is vacuously true that we cannot know exactly how many have died.
  • Rose, sitting nearby, smiles vacuously and asks, "What's an obscuranist?"
  • She said that was one of her favorite movies while they stared vacuously into the computer screen.
  • I did, however, often dream of the lovely Professor Stix, rather than focus on whatever vacuously pretty rich girl was in my arms at the time.
  • Hilditch, meanwhile, doesn't help himself with vacuously positive public pronouncements that often seem to fly in the place of the very plain evidence of decline on the pitch.
  • Vince (played vacuously as ever by Adrian Grenier) is pressured by an action-film director (Nick Cassavetes, as himself, of course) to perform a dangerous driving stunt on camera.
  • Despite that he knew what he was to see, when he did turn his head and beheld his wife and Sonny, the pair he had seen thieving in the dark, he went suddenly dizzy, and paused, supporting himself with a hand against a pillar, and smiling vacuously at the grouped singing boys who were pulsing the sensuous night into richer sensuousness with their honi kaua wiki-wiki refrain.

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