vapidly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a vapid manner
a vapidly smiling salesman
- The dialogue is vapidly laconic, with plenty of unpregnant pauses, and Fonda delivers it that way.
- But last week his first portrait show at Manhattan's Knoedler galleries proved that Dali, when confronted by society ladies, can make faces look as vapidly human as any other .
- His Washerwomen seem vapidly romantic, and his famed, slightly naughty The Swinggirl on high exposing too much leg, young man lying on the ground getting an eyefulis less .