The conversation is distant and constrained, the lips scarcely move and have an unmeaning smile.
They did not see that they had a word only, and in one sense the most unmeaning of words.
Crowds would throng about us wherever we passed; they would catch up our most unmeaning words.
I asked the reason of this repugnance, and she only gave me a vague, unmeaning answer.
Mr. Elliott's humorous question, moreover, is no unmeaning joke.
There's no refinement, no elegance, in one of your sweet, unmeaning smiles.
Such facts may be detailed with the most minute exactness, and yet the narrative, taken as a whole, may be unmeaning or untrue.
Then you defend the introduction of unmeaning piscinæ and candlesticks?
The head men among the savages led off by making several lengthy and unmeaning speeches.
The rite does not ensure the faith, else the antithesis of our text were unmeaning.