superficialities


superficialities
superficial ADJECTIVE 1) existing or occurring at or on the surface. 2) apparent rather than actual. 3) not thorough or deep; cursory. 4) lacking depth of character or understanding.
DERIVATIVES superficiality noun (pl. superficialities) superficially adverb.
ORIGIN Latin superficialis, from superficies 'top, surface' .

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