the fatuity of these policies
politicians exchanging fatuities about the need for campaign reform
Recent Examples on the WebMolière escapes fatuity with his candor that what restores a universe unbalanced by intellectual obsession is, most often, normal erotic appetite.
Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker, 1 Feb. 2022 Their work, in and out of power, is to dress up the atavistic avarice and self-serving fatuity of the wealthy people who fund and shape conservative politics as an ideology.
David Roth, The New Republic, 9 June 2020
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