Vacuity meaning

vă-kyo͝oĭ-tē, və-
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An empty space; a vacuum.
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Total lack of ideas; emptiness of mind.
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Absence of meaningful occupation; idleness.
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The quality or fact of being devoid of something specified.

A vacuity of taste; a vacuity of emotions.

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Something, especially a remark, that is pointless or inane.

A conversation full of vacuities.

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The quality or state of being empty; emptiness.
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An empty space; void or vacuum.
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Emptiness of mind; lack of intelligence, interest, or thought.
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An inane or senseless thing, remark, or quality; inanity.
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Physical emptiness, an absence of matter; vacuum.
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An empty or inane remark or thing.
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Total absence of matter; emptiness.
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Origin of vacuity

  • Middle English vacuite from Old French from Latin vacuitās from vacuus empty vacuum

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From the Latin vacuitās (“empty space", “vacancy", “vacuity"); equivalent to vacu(ous) +"Ž -ity.

    From Wiktionary