OTHER WORDS FROM meaningfulmean·ing·ful·ly, adverbmean·ing·ful·ness, noun
How to use meaningful in a sentence
Good conversation and meaningful commonalities were enough to keep the curiosity going.Date Lab update: Their boots matched, at least! Here’s what happened next.|Damona Hoffman|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
This can be meaningful for your retention marketing and also serve as an opportunity for your acquisition marketing and content SEO strategy.Holiday marketing: Get the data that puts you ahead of the competition|Sarah Mehlman|November 10, 2020|Search Engine Watch
The election raised $22,985 for the historical society, which will make a meaningful contribution toward tending to the town’s historic buildings.After a tight race, a French bulldog was elected mayor of this small Kentucky town|Sydney Page|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
To watch him grow up, and to be around him and to give him some advice from time to time has really been meaningful for me.Chase Elliott wins first Cup Series title, joins father Bill as NASCAR champion|Des Bieler|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
That evening, a federal judge heard arguments from attorneys who wanted to stop the counting in Nevada’s Clark County because Republicans could not conduct “meaningful observation.”It began on a gold escalator. It may have ended at Four Seasons Total Landscaping.|Dan Zak, Karen Heller|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
If not for meaningfulness, what other reason is there to watch a movie that makes you feel bad?
They also watch films for insight, enlightenment, and meaningfulness.
Jug denied the meaningfulness of brain structure as an indication of intellect.Creatures of the Abyss|Murray Leinster
She giggled still more and her eyes assumed a coy meaningfulness that increased my discomfort.The Woman Who Vowed|Ellison Harding