- not meaning anything; devoid of intelligence, sense, or significance, as words or actions; pointless; empty.
- expressionless, vacant, or unintelligent, as the face; insipid.
Origin of unmeaning
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Examples from the Web for unmeaning
The daughter looked at me again, and sickened me with her unmeaning laughter.
Dick's answer came in the like unmeaning tones, and as wearily.Within the Law
But to us the distinction is unmeaning, and belongs to a stage of philosophy which has passed away.Philebus
They did not see that they had a word only, and in one sense the most unmeaning of words.Timaeus
Are my wife and my children slaves of an unmeaning chance—and yet can smile and laugh?The Great Hunger
- having no meaning
- showing no intelligence; vacantan unmeaning face
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