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  • r  vacuously or complacently and unconsciously foolish

  • In truth, Dukakis' campaign weltanschauung is as fatuously sunny as Bush's.
  • He is the British replica of Tarkington's Seventeen: fatuously earnest, readily friendly, but suspicious, on occasion, with that fierce suspiciousness of youth questioning .
  • Certainly, as columnists go, old Newsman O'Hara (New York Herald Tribune, New York Daily Mirror, PTI) writes as brightly as most and less fatuously than many.

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