Inanity Definition

ĭ-nănĭ-tē
inanities
noun
inanities
Emptiness.
Webster's New World
The condition or quality of being inane.
American Heritage
Lack of sense or meaning; silliness.
Webster's New World
Something inane; senseless or silly act, remark, etc.
Webster's New World

(uncountable) The property of being inane, of lacking material of interest or satisfaction, emptiness.

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Other Word Forms of Inanity

Noun

Singular:
inanity
Plural:
inanities

Origin of Inanity

  • From French inanité, from Latin inanitas

    From Wiktionary

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