1. in a vapid manner
    a vapidly smiling salesman
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How To Use vapidly In A Sentence

  • a vapidly smiling salesman
  • After all, for every genuine inherited talent like Duncan "Zowie Bowie" Jones, there seems to be a Peaches Geldof waiting vapidly in the wings. This week's new comedy
  • In particular, the debate over health care and cap-and-trade now transpiring in Congress has been an all-out legislator-lobbyist orgy of disappointment, leaving each historic policy proposal vapidly deflated. Stuart Whatley: Obama's Agenda: Hope, Change and Lobby-Centricity
  • Often at his desk there, his mind became strangely obtunded and he babbled vapidly; his big face pinched up till it seemed lean and grey, and he pitched forward, face down, upon the desk. Sally of Missouri
  • Obama is declaring his intention to turn these negative trends around - and without simply, vapidly asserting that America is powerful and capable of great feats, he is admitting that it will take tough work, prioritization, and creativity. Steve Clemons: Obama's West Point Speech Shows Signs of Smart "National Security Strategy"
  • However, since she couldn't very well let Wesley know she spoke French, and therefore understood every bit of their conversation she merely smiled vapidly and played dumb.
  • Because they are vicious, willfully stupid (not ignorant, mind you) lying hypocrites as devoid of integrity as they are vapidly lacking in anything like intelligence. Think Progress » Man ‘disenchanted with the federal government’ indicted for planting pipe bombs in mailboxes.
  • We write ponderously important books that no one really wants to read, or we write vapidly exciting books that expect nothing of their readers and less of their writers. MIND MELD: What You Should Know About Speculative Fiction and Mainstream Acceptance (Part 2)
  • But for those concerned about the impact of gay stereotypes and and the cause of acceptance and tolerance, I would suggest that Perez Hilton's vapidly vicious agenda and his bottomless bitchiness ferments much more repellent opinions against gays than Sacha Baron Cohen's slapstick in shaved legs. John Wellington Ennis: Is Bruno Worse For Gays Than Perez Hilton?
  • Hannah McGill called the movie a ‘challenge to apathetic, vapidly amoral cinematic shock tactics’.
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