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  1. lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
    silly giggles
    light-headed teenagers
    a dizzy blonde
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How To Use empty-headed In A Sentence

  • For much of the play, the kidnappers, and the student rebels to a lesser degree, are portrayed as empty-headed buffoons.
  • In the midst of all this pathetic, empty-headed and incredibly dull nonsense, I offer you some photos I took late on Christmas Eve.
  • She comes across as an empty-headed, weak woman in all this hoopla over her book.
  • As vacant as the empty picture frames that adorn its set, this is an empty-headed attempt at romantic comedy.
  • In many games on the market today, women are portrayed as empty-headed bimbos that need saving, all the while wearing little more than a handkerchief.
  • After all, she was not unattractive; a bit empty-headed perhaps, but quite amusing at times. FINAL RESORT
  • The sight of this empty-headed dandified "masher" embittered me, and I reminded him rather brutally of ten shilling he had borrowed from me. Hunger
  • In this episode the merry band of plastic surgeons valiantly strives to rescue empty-headed bimbos who want to ‘look 17 for ever‘.
  • Dunst finds the hidden depths in her character and reasons to be sympathetic towards a woman who might initially seem little more than an empty-headed good-time girl.
  • An empty-headed outrage that achieved the usual zilch and is now well forgotten of course, but that's not the point.
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