unmeaning

[ UK /ʌnmˈiːnɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without meaning
    an unmeaning smile
    Silence is better than unmeaning words
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How To Use unmeaning In A Sentence

  • The original has _aue_, which, if it mean _ave_, is unmeaning here. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No. 08, June 1858
  • Mr. _Osmore_ stated his complaint, and the president of our committee replied, and stated ours; and among other things, observed that the word "_baa_," had no more meaning than a thousand other senseless cries, uttering constantly from the throats of idle, thoughtless boys; and begged Mr. Osmore to explain how such an unmeaning sound could be construed into an insult to him; that if he and his officers should cry _baa! baa! baa! A Journal of a Young Man of Massachusetts, 2nd ed. Late A Surgeon On Board An American Privateer, Who Was Captured At Sea By The British, In May, Eighteen Hundred And Thirteen, And Was Confined First, At Melville Island, Halifax, Then At Chatham, In Engla
  • Miss Margland, who never felt so virtuous, and never so elated, as when witnessing the imperfections or improprieties of others, descanted largely against ingratitude; treating an unmeaning sally of passion as a serious mark of turpitude: but Eugenia, ashamed for Dr. Orkborne, to whom, as her preceptor, she felt a constant disposition to be partial, determined to endeavour to induce him to make some apology. Camilla
  • It is, as your ex so charmingly phrases it, 'unmeaning', or its more brutal definition, meaningless. Times, Sunday Times
  • No, they should be worried that so many young girls are convinced, from an early age, that homemaking is demeaning and unmeaningful, and that mothers at home are second-rate. Archive 2008-07-01
  • Silence is better than unmeaning words
  • Days and weeks are undistinguishable and unmeaningful.
  • They went wilily to their purpose, observing that his classical and Attic wit, his delicate vein of humour, his happy turn for dialogue, were rendered burlesque and ludicrous by this unmeaning and bizarre disguise, and that those attributes would become far more impressive if aided by the spirit of his eye and the expression of his natural features. Chronicles of the Canongate
  • The prospects for an improvement in relations between India and Pakistan are limited by the fact that ‘dialogue ‘is the most unmeaning word in the lexicon of South Asian politics.’
  • For god is what held our nation together that faith for at least 200-years. if they intend on taking god out of the schools or any religion for that matter then take your stupid, unmeaningful, full of crap,! Think Progress » Sen. Inhofe: ‘Gore Is Full of Crap,’ ‘All Recent Science…Confirms This Thing Is A Hoax’
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