Definition of vapidly in US English:

vapidly

adverb

  • See vapid

    • ‘‘Space Ghost Coast to Coast ‘mocks late-night television shows where empty celebrities tell bad jokes and ramble vapidly.’’
    • ‘However, since she couldn't very well let Wesley know she spoke French, and therefore understood every bit of their conversation she merely smiled vapidly and played dumb.’
    • ‘Hannah McGill called the movie a ‘challenge to apathetic, vapidly amoral cinematic shock tactics’.’
    • ‘For some, the minute attention to nuances of bygone manners makes her simple romances vapidly parochial.’
    • ‘Greg Kinnear does a convincing job as the doomed star, deftly revealing a man vapidly oblivious to the harm he caused himself and others.’

Pronunciation

vapidly

/ˈvæpədli//ˈvapədlē/