insipid

[ in-sip-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF insipid

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSIPID

His flesh when boiled tastes like veal, only it is not so insipid.

This savours of originality, at least, and is just as insipid, if not more.

It was not so very bad; It had no particular flavor, only the insipid taste of dough.

The insipid odour of the meat, the pungent smell of the tripe exasperated him.

To be sure they do, said Ctesippus; and they speak coldly of the insipid and cold dialectician.

The illusory connection of some insipid narrative is only delusive.

For I find not any other reason given by Helmont of his Pronouncing it so, then that it is insipid.

It had an earthy, insipid taste, and is described as "unctuous."

But that was only a pretense, a bit of insipid melodrama—his fingers.

What a fool, what a weak, mawkish, insipid fool he had made of himself!

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