superficiality

Part of speech: noun

Superficialness.

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Usage examples "superficiality":

  1. It has bred a shallowness and superficiality in and towahds the finah things of life. - "Blister Jones", John Taintor Foote.
  2. His earlier works, amusing as they are and full of dash and a certain kind of life, sin not only by superficiality but by a reckless disregard of the simplest requirements of story- telling, of the most rudimentary attention to chronology, probability, and general keeping. - "A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780-1895)", George Saintsbury.
  3. The exhibition you're making, she seriously sighed at last, of your inconstancy and superficiality! - "The Awkward Age", Henry James.