Meaning of fatuously in English:

fatuously

Pronunciation /ˈfatjʊəsli/

Translate fatuously into Spanish

adverb

See fatuous

‘I really can't remember when I last saw a more fatuously featureless feature.’
  • ‘But they also describe it, fatuously, as ‘comprehensive’.’
  • ‘But it's the same little fellow, beaming somewhat fatuously and raising the staff in blessing like a young bishop.’
  • ‘It is hardly surprising that they find nothing to identify with in a project that so fatuously sings the praises of a future dominated by big business.’
  • ‘I smiled fatuously at him and he nearly dropped his glass as he looked at us all.’