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|definition - lacking significance
synonyms - insipid, vapid
antonyms - profound, important
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|Answers: 1. inane, 2. profound, 3. insipid|
|Try these examples: (Use inane, its synonyms and its antonyms.)
1. It is more important to study for the SAT than it is to listen to
____________ chatter and gossip.
2. We were in awe of his ____________ thoughts as well as the
intellectual depth and insight embodied in the new theory.
3. The novel could have been a profound story, but it was given
an ____________ and vapid treatment with platitudes on every page.
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