How do you define "inane" and "rueful" and can you use them in a sentence?

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Inane generally means lacking significance, meaning, or point; or empty, insubstantial. So people generally use to to describe actions that a person does: inane questions, inane remarks, inane suggestions, etc; and not the person themselves. You can
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in·ane
[ih-neyn]
ADJECTIVE
1.
lacking sense, significance, or ideas; silly: inane questions.
2.
empty; void.
NOUN
3.
something that is empty or void, especially the void of infinite space.
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