unmeaning in English

adjective
1
having no meaning or significance; meaningless.
a sweet, unmeaning smile

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1. 12 Gave a vapid and unmeaning response to a difficult query.

2. Talk too much, also will expose by the fact and become unmeaning .

3. Gave a vapid and unmeaning response to a difficult query.

4. It is a pity that time is passing during the unmeaning things everyday.

5. To the blind pen, the hand that writes is unreal, its writing unmeaning.

6. So the word of flaw product is unmeaning in the Product Quality Law.

7. Of its unmeaning character, too, I was entirely persuaded, yet that did not banish it.

8. First, Artificial Intelligence is to manipulate the unmeaning signal, the meaningful behavior is not in the machine.

9. There smiles the Divine Child among his playthings of unmeaning clouds and ephemeral lights and shadows.

10. And the story took with it into the kingdom of unmeaning its two essential ingredients: uniqueness and ambiguity.

11. The world to you is like an old woman's chant at her spinning-wheel, unmeaning rhymes crowded with random images.

12. But museum-tourism in our country is facing many problems, such as then products singularity, unmeaning management and lapping developing form.

13. People already don't satisfy with the unmeaning network application, then the application of frequency and video technologies have been well developed.

14. Maybe, the natural rough quality and the unmeaning eye expression_r are the reason why Teddy Bear is loved by lots of people.

15. Maybe, the natural rough quality and the unmeaning eye expression_r_r are the reason why Teddy Bear is loved by lots of people.

16. To view man in this fragmentary way seemed to me so horrid, so absurd that I could not get rid of the impression of that dark, unmeaning leg for many a day.

17. I can not believe that the gentry of England will be made mere drumheads to be sounded upon by a prime minister to give forth unmeaning and empty sounds, and to have no articulate voice of their own.