Vain

• (superl.) Showy; ostentatious. • (superl.) Proud of petty things, or of trifling attainments; having a high opinion of one`s own accomplishments with slight reason; conceited; puffed up; inflated. • (superl.) Destitute of forge or efficacy; effecting no purpose; fruitless; ineffectual; as, vain toil; a vain attempt. • (n.) Van...
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vain

1. Having no real substance, value, or importance; empty; void; worthless; unsatisfying. 'Thy vain excuse.' 'Every man walketh in a vain show.' (Ps. Xxxix. 6) 'Let no man deceive you with vain words.' (Eph. V. 6) 'Vain pomp, and glory of this world, I hate ye!' (Shak) 'Vain visdom all, and false philosophy.' (Milton) ... 2. Destitute of forge or ef...
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vain

characteristic of false pride
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vain

characteristic of false pride
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vain

having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
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vain

unproductive of success
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vain

unproductive of success
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vain

unproductive of success
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vain

vain 1. Not yielding the desired outcome; fruitless; such as, a vain attempt. 2. Lacking substance or worth; for example, vain talk. 3. Excessively proud of one's appearance or accomplishments; conceited. 4. Etymology: 'devoid of real value, idle, unprofitable', from Old French vein, 'worthless'; from Latin vanus, 'idle, empty', Latin vacare, 't...
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vain

without use result conceited 
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