Moulitsas is at his best when he snarks about the inanities being passed along the airwaves and through the halls of Congress.
The little jokes, the chatter, the inanities of the afternoon had shrivelled up before her eyes.
The inanities of an afternoon At Home are more than I can bear.
Platitudes, generalities, inanities; and inanities, platitudes and generalities in reply.
With despair she heard herself bringing out these inanities.
The contrast between my mental excitement and the inanities of the stage was too acute, so this resource speedily failed me.
But this life out here has spoiled me for inanities forever.
A place where one is permitted to continue one's vices, excesses and inanities for an eternity.
I am sick to death of the inanities of the dandies and fops of the town.
He loved better yet ancient history, medieval inanities and atrocities—a most singular, curious and wonderful mind.
c.1600, "emptiness, hollowness," literal and figurative, from French inanité or directly from Latin inanitas "emptiness, empty space," figuratively "worthlessness," noun of quality from inanis "empty, void, worthless, useless," of uncertain origin.