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vanity (n.) 1worthlessness, futility, unprofitable way of life
vanity (n.) 2foolishness, absurdity, inanity
vanity (n.) 3trifling display, light-hearted show
vanity (n.) 4trifle, folly, vain thing
vanity (n.) 5fop, dandy, dude
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1H4 I.ii.82 [Falstaff to Prince Hal] I prithee trouble me no more with vanity
2H4 IV.v.120 [King Henry IV to Prince Henry] Up, vanity! / Down, royal state!
RJ I.i.178 [Romeo to Benvolio] O heavy lightness, serious vanity
RJ [Friar to himself] So light is vanity