Meaning of vacuousness in English:

vacuousness

Pronunciation /ˈvakjʊəsnəs/

noun

See vacuous

‘But I don't think I can set aside my prejudices about the vacuousness of life in suburban sprawl.’
  • ‘I have been conducting an experiment aimed at analysing the intensifying silliness, stupidity and vacuousness of the world.’
  • ‘But on a much larger level, it just shows once again the utter vacuousness of our electoral system.’
  • ‘If anything illustrates the sheer vacuousness and frivolity of the so-called metropolitan elite I have yet to hear it.’
  • ‘He was at his best talking about the weather, a subject on which he spoke with the expertise and vacuousness of a true Brit.’