Definition of vacuity in English:

vacuity

Line breaks: vacu|ity
Pronunciation: /vəˈkjuːɪti
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1Lack of thought or intelligence; empty-headedness: he denounced what he considered the frivolity or vacuity of much contemporary painting
More example sentences
  • We weren't going to hear praise of our excesses, our shallowness, our engulfing vacuity.
  • His reply was non-committal to the point of vacuity.
  • The biggest display ads of the season could not disguise the vacuity of the event.
Synonyms
empty-headedness, lack of thought, lack of intelligence, brainlessness, denseness, thickness, vacuousness, vacancy, inaneness, inanity, stupidity
2Empty space; emptiness.
More example sentences
  • The opening of the infraorbital canal is sunk into a vacuity that penetrates the rostrum.
  • Only the anterior and posterior ends of the anterior interpterygoid vacuity are preserved in the Herschel specimen.
  • Neither specimen shows evidence of an incisive foramen or other vacuity in the parts of the palatal process that are preserved.

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