vanity

  1. feelings of excessive pride
  2. the quality of being valueless or futile
  3. the trait of being vain and conceited
  4. low table with mirror or mirrors where one sits while dressing or applying makeup

Vanity

HMS Vanity was a British V Class destroyer of 1090 tons displacement launched in 1918. She was armed with four 4-inch guns; one 2-pounder pompom anti-aircraft gun; one machine gun; four Lewis guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in two triple mountings added during modifications carried out in 1920. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boiler...
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Vanity

[clothing] Vanity Shops, also known as Vanity, is an American specialty chain of fashion retailers that sells apparel and accessories targeted to fashion-conscious young females, online and in-stores. The company is headquartered in Fargo, North Dakota. The fashion retailer’s clothing items range in size from zero to 17 with pants inseam ...
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vanity

[n] - the quality of being valueless or futile
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Vanity

Van'i·ty noun ; plural Vanities . [ Middle English vanite , vanité , Latin vanitas , from vanus empty, vain. See Vain .] 1. The quality or state of being vain; want of substance to satisfy desire; emptiness; unsubstantialness; unrealness; fa...
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vanity

Origin: OE. Vanite, vanite, L. Vanitas, fr. Vanus empty, vain. See Vain. ... 1. The quality or state of being vain; want of substance to satisfy desire; emptiness; unsubstantialness; unrealness; falsity. 'Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities; all is vanity.' (Eccl. I. 2) 'Here I may well show the vanity of that which is report...
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vanity

noun the quality of being valueless or futile; `he rejected the vanities of the world`
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Vanity

• (n.) The quality or state of being vain; want of substance to satisfy desire; emptiness; unsubstantialness; unrealness; falsity. • (n.) An inflation of mind upon slight grounds; empty pride inspired by an overweening conceit of one`s personal attainments or decorations; an excessive desire for notice or approval; pride; ostentation; con...
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vanity

vanity 1. Excessive pride in one's appearance, qualities, abilities, achievements, etc.; character or quality of being vain; conceit: 'The failure of being elected was a great blow to his vanity.' 2. A lack of real value; hollowness; worthlessness: 'She persisted with the vanity of a selfish life.' 3. Something worthless, trivial, or pointless. 4....
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VANITY

A bathroom storage cabinet beneath the counter.
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Vanity

[1951 song] `Vanity` is a popular song. The music was written by Guy Wood, the lyrics by Jack Manus and Bernard Bierman. The song was published in 1951. It had some success on the charts, reaching the top 20, in 1951 and was recorded by Don Cherry, who had recorded the hit version, for his 1968 album, There Goes My Everything. The original ...
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Vanity

[disambiguation] Vanity is excessive self-regard and overblown pride. Vanity may also refer to: ...
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Vanity

[singer] Denise Katrina Matthews (born January 4, 1959), formerly known as Vanity and sometimes credited as Denise Matthews-Smith and D.D. Winters, is a Canadian former singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, and model. Vanity`s career lasted from the 1980s until the early mid-`90s. She was the lead singer of the female trio Vanity 6 from 1981...
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Vanity

In conventional parlance, vanity is the excessive belief in one`s own abilities or attractiveness to others. Prior to the 14th century it did not have such narcissistic undertones, and merely meant futility. The related term vainglory is now often seen as an archaic synonym for vanity, but originally meant boasting in vain, i.e. unjustified boast....
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Vanity

[Titian] Vanity is an oil painting by Italian late Renaissance painter Titian, dated to around 1515 and now held at the Alte Pinakothek in Munich, Germany. ==History== The work was perhaps in emperor Rudolf II`s gallery in Prague, before becoming part of that of the Electors of Bavaria. It is part of the Munich`s museum since 1884. The firs...
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vanity

(furniture) tocador
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vanity

the trait of being unduly conceited
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