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Word: inane

Definition: silly; senseless; Ex. inane remarks; N. inanity


Sentences Containing 'inane'

Even in these fantasies, Alan retains his unbearably boring and socially inept persona; he dances in a rubber thong but this is offset by wearing his jumper, shirt and tie in addition to his "erotic" apparel, and in his fantasies, Alan launches into his trademark dull and inane conversations.
In the episode, Sideshow Bob becomes disturbed when he hears the other inmates laughing at the inane antics of Krusty the Clown's television show and decides to rid the world of television.
Meanwhile, at Springfield Minimum Security Prison, Sideshow Bob is disturbed when he hears the other inmates laughing at the inane antics of Krusty's television show.
Preeti Arora from Rediff gave the movie 2.5/5, and pointed out the flaws in dialogues by Dhieyo Sandhu, even mentioning too many inane, trite, one-liners.
Strimpell's personal account of his experiences doing Mr. Terrific appears in a long article, "The amazing Mr. Terrific: How TV actor Stephen Strimpell Survived the ‘Flying Harness’ and Other Inane Hollywood Inventions"
The "NME"s Bob Woffinden derided the "Dark Horse" album as "Just stuff and nonsense", adding: "You keep looking for saving graces, for words of enthusiasm to pass on – 'Ding Dong', you begin to think, for all its inane lyrics, has some "spirit", but it really is very slight."

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::: censure - blame; criticize; express strong disapproval; N: severe criticism; strong disapproval
::: disparate - basically different; impossible to compare; unrelated
::: inebriated - habitually intoxicated; drunk; N. inebriety
::: acerbity - bitterness of speech and temper; ADJ. acerbic: bitter; acrid (in taste, manner, or tone)
::: finale - conclusion; concluding part
::: propulsive - driving forward; N. propulsion
::: capacity - mental or physical ability; role; position or duty; ability to accommodate; Ex. in my capacity as president