Definitions for vacuityvæˈkyu ɪ ti, və-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

va•cu•i•tyvæˈkyu ɪ ti, və-(n.)(pl.)-ties.

  1. the state of being vacuous or without contents.

  2. absence of thought or intelligence.

  3. something inane, senseless, or stupid.

  4. an empty space; void.

Origin of vacuity:

1535–45; < L

Princeton's WordNet

  1. vacuum, vacuity(noun)

    the absence of matter

  2. vacuum, vacuity(noun)

    a region that is devoid of matter

  3. inanity, senselessness, mindlessness, vacuity, pointlessness(noun)

    total lack of meaning or ideas

Wiktionary

  1. vacuity(Noun)

    Emptiness.

  2. vacuity(Noun)

    Physical emptiness, an absence of matter; vacuum.

  3. vacuity(Noun)

    Idleness.

  4. vacuity(Noun)

    An empty or inane remark or thing.

  5. Origin: From vacuitas.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Vacuity(noun)

    the quality or state of being vacuous, or not filled; emptiness; vacancy; as, vacuity of mind; vacuity of countenance

  2. Vacuity(noun)

    space unfilled or unoccupied, or occupied with an invisible fluid only; emptiness; void; vacuum

  3. Vacuity(noun)

    want of reality; inanity; nihility

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