- vape pen,
- vapor barrier,
- vapor lock,
- vapor pressure
Origin of vapid
Examples from the Web for vapidity
It was a delicious, pointed response, skewering on the vapidity of asking such things, even if she didn't intend it to be.
Enjoy this video of New York Mag's Jonathan Chait explaining the vapidity of the "binders full of women" meme.
The vapidity of a polite woman is bad, but the vapidity of a woman who is not polite is decidedly worse.Modern Women and What is Said of Them|Anonymous
In four hours, vapidity and languor will take place of that exquisite sense of joy, which flutters your little heart.The Belle's Stratagem|Hannah Cowley
The eminent criminal novel is taken as a tonic by minds satiated with the vapidity of fashionable fiction.A History of English Prose Fiction|Bayard Tuckerman
Imbecility, vapidity, and the commonplace distended themselves like the frog in the fable.The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine|Heinrich Heine
He never frittered away his moments in the vapidity of a polite ballroom.Harvard Stories|Waldron Kintzing Post
Word Origin for vapid
1650s, "flat, insipid" (of drinks), from Latin vapidus "flat, insipid," literally "that has exhaled its vapor," related to vappa "stale wine," and probably to vapor "vapor." Applied from 1758 to talk and writing deemed dull and lifeless. Related: Vapidly.