hollow

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hol·low

(hol'ō),
A concavity or depression.

hol·low

(hol'ō)
A concavity or depression.
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And the hackneyed phrase "lessons will be learned" is becoming hollower by the day.
Nicias, hollower and less interesting, is on the whole so satisfied with what is out there that he is altogether unaware of its dependence on what is right here.
As she walked by, I thought she looked a bit off-color: tired eyes, a bitter set to her hips, cheeks hollower than before ...
Woody tissues in the stem have been suppressed so that the stems are much hollower than in any other category of C.
But there was a hollower ring to celebrations for Alastair Cook's team, after Moeen Ali was last out to Peter Siddle to confirm them significantly second-best here.
GEORGE Osborne's boasts of economic recovery sound hollower than ever.