During one break in the filming, he was a fatuous British director, “exploring the essence of what we call cinema!”
He was cleverer than most everyone else, but he envied the carefree affluence of the rich and fatuous.
I also won't repeat, or defend him against, all the fatuous charges leveled against him.
Any argument about their constitutional rights is fatuous; you give up certain rights in exchange for a journalistic soapbox.
"They obliterated it with some fatuous piece of commentary about something else," Gough told the Guardian.
One of the chappies burst into a fatuous laugh once more at this remark.
None but she would have been guilty of the fatuous vulgarity of "Italian nobility."
But it must not attempt in fatuous recklessness to make over humanity on the pattern of absolute equality.
She said ‘Yes’ to him only for the sake of that fatuous, swindling father of hers.
He was watching the operation with what he began to fear was fatuous imbecility.
Latin fatuus 'foolish'
c.1600, from Latin fatuus "foolish, insipid, silly;" of uncertain origin (Buck suggests originally "stricken" in the head). Related: Fatuously; fatuousness.