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  • All of these works are for the most part superficial and do not contain much information.
  • Second Life vehicles typically act like real world vehicles only in superficial ways.
  • It can't be something superficial, it has to be something that has been lived though.
  • We always talk about the superficial element and the things that make us laugh.
  • Since these structures are most superficial, they are most likely to be damaged.
  • They are, for the most part, the same family with superficial, simple differences.
  • Due to the international community's efforts, the war did meet a temporary and superficial peace.
  • This system she set out to discover beneath the superficial text of the plays.
  • During this time they develop a romance and their teacher-student relationship is merely superficial.
  • She and her group of three friends are very superficial, caring only about their looks.
  • It has both a superficial part and a deep part.
  • The railway was too well built for their efforts to yield anything more than temporary and superficial damage.
  • The battleship suffered only superficial damage, and the fire was brought quickly under control.
  • He said that young people "see through the superficial answers we give".
  • His injuries looked superficial and he managed to get home.
  • Ivan's relationship with his father and brothers are rather superficial in the beginning.
  • He is somewhat superficial and light but more modern and less elitist in his views.
  • Tireless suffered only superficial damage, but two crew members were killed and one injured.
  • Aside from superficial leveling, no other ground preparation was done before construction started.
  • However, not all labels dedicated to particular artists are completely superficial in origin.
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Meaning of superficial

  • adjective Concerned with or comprehending only what is apparent or obvious; not deep or penetrating emotionally or intellectually
    superficial similarities, a superficial mind, his thinking was superficial and fuzzy, superficial knowledge, the superficial report didn't give the true picture, only superficial differences
  • adjective Of, affecting, or being on or near the surface
    superficial measurements, the superficial area of the wall, a superficial wound