When, with the fatuity of those whom the gods have doomed to perish, Pius IX.
For at bottom, atheism is either a fad or a trade or a fatuity.
There are depths of fatuity in me, friend o' my soul, that are simply bottomless!
Yesterday she was even amused at the strangeness and the fatuity of it all.
There is something infinitely pathetic in Strindberg's life-long conflict with social injustice and fatuity.
And he knew that the fatuity of it all had begun at last to terrify her.
In professing to depict Snobs, it is only your own ugly mug which you are copying with a Narcissus-like conceit and fatuity.'
But the fatuity of their union was evident to them, and they parted.
And the force of fatuity in the case of Almayer—a book which has for me the bloom of youth.
This conviction was strengthened by his vanity and conceit, a conceit to the point of fatuity.
1530s, from Middle French fatuité (14c.), from Latin fatuitatem (nominative fatuitas) "foolishness," from fatuus "foolish, insipid," of uncertain origin.