vapid in Italian
ROSALIND is seated on the lounge and on her left is HOWARD GILLESPIE, a vapid youth of about twenty-four.
To all of this Mariel Hemingway would pay careful but vapid attention; then, equally swiftly, it would be forgotten forever.
What kind of vapid comments will I get on this sentence?
But then it turnedut she really was just a vapid narcissist.
I thought you were a vapid, amoral sorority stereotype, but you proved me wrong.
If you like shallow, vapid, narcissistic girls.
It's all just vapid, overproduced tripe.
She keeps insisting you're a vapid, irreflective nitwit who ought to be put into some good mental home.
While staid TV pundits ask the usually vapid questions during presidential debates in the United States, candidates know that the really important thing is to get laughs on the comedy shows of David Letterman or Jay Leno.
- I'm not too much of a vapid beauty queen?
1. dull: uninteresting, tedious, tiresome, spiritless, unanimated, vacuous, prosaic
2. flat: dull, lifeless, flavourless, insipid