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- (uncountable) The property of being inane, of lacking material of interest or satisfaction, emptiness.
- Something that is inane.
- Working in any bureaucracy means being bedeviled by inanities daily.
- 1895, Kenneth Graham, The Golden Age, London, page 5:
- It was incessant matter for amazement how these Olympians would talk over our heads - during meals, for instance - of this or the other social or political inanity, under the delusion that these pale phantasms of reality were among the importances of life.