WoW Word of the Week: vacuous

March 29th, 2009


\VAK-yoo-uhs\, adjective

1. showing no intelligence or thought
2. having no meaning or direction; empty

Example: The reason I avoid PUGs is because often both the members and the group as a whole can be quite vacuous.

wwotwWoW Word of the Week is my weekly Sunday post to encourage the expansion of the average WoW player’s vocabulary beyond “noob”, “pwnd” and “FAIL”. The WWOTW will be used in every other post this week, and I urge you to use it as well!

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