What does the word unmeaning mean?

    Part of speech: adjective

  • Meaningless.

  • Part of speech: adverb

  • Unmeaningly.

Usage examples for unmeaning

  1. Many unthinking persons consider the observance of etiquette to be nonsensical and unfriendly, as consisting of unmeaning forms, practiced only by the silly and the idle; an opinion which arises from their not having reflected on the reasons that have led to the establishment of certain rules indispensable to the well- being of society, and without which, indeed, it would inevitably fall to pieces, and be destroyed. – Martine's Hand-book of Etiquette, and Guide to True Politeness by Arthur Martine
  2. But it is not worth while to linger here; the use of the first person has other and more interesting snares than this, that it pretends to disguise unmeaning, inexpressive form in a story. – The Craft of Fiction by Percy Lubbock
  3. Hers, in contrast to that other, was the unmeaning grief, the overwhelming sense of injustice of the child; and with her regained physical strength the two had all they could do to restrain her. – The Inside of the Cup, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009