flavorless[ fley-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF flavorless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLAVORLESS
One, monotonous insipid and flavorless; the other, spiced, appetizing and varied.
When they are small and soft they have no character, but if too old they are hard and flavorless.
He went to Feroni's; the oysters were flavorless, the Burgundy tasted like ink.
No wonder the preacher was disheartened, and preached a flavorless sermon.
I want the fig of Chios, not a flavorless fig; and in you this Chian fig is flavorless.
If cooked slowly, it will be watery and stringy, while overdone cabbage is especially insipid and flavorless.
His high good nature had the effect of sweetening for him even Clara Britton's flavorless manner.
If you see your coffee looks black-brown instead of ruddy brown, you will know it will be flavorless, however strong.
Essay preaching—walking gingerly round duty, and flattering self-love; milk-and-water preaching—colorless, flavorless, and thin.
Things were becoming very monotonous to some of the occupants of the Oakley manor; very, very dull and flavorless.