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Vacuous Definition & Synonyms from 601 Words

Vacuous definition and synonyms with images and antonyms from the coursebook 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam used in authentic and real context with examples and parts of speech for advanced ESL learners. /ˈvæk.ju.əs/ (adj) Vacuous definition lacking initiative or intelligence, thoughtless, inane, idiotic, stupid, empty-headed, fatuous, unintelligent, silly, foolish lacking

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2 comments on “Vacuous Definition & Synonyms from 601 Words”

    • Hi dear Dr. Hooshmand,
      1. … asked a vacuous question whose purpose was to be silly
      Whose here is not used to ask a question. In contrast, it refers to the question. In fact, whose purpose means “the purpose of the question”. Another example:
      This is the book whose font is so tiny. = This is the book and the font of the book is so tiny.
      2. The formal class with normal students turned into a playground (degenerated) where only kids were gaining advantage over each other (one-up) in a competitive way by asking silly questions from the teacher, and the situation became chaotic and uncontrollable.

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