insipidity[ in-sip-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF insipidity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSIPIDITY
She is divinely innocent, but roguishness saves her from insipidity.
The insipidity and yet the noise; the nothingness and yet the self-importance of all these people!
She says she was moved to the remark by the insipidity of the dish.
Mr. Read's fondness was the saccharine that qualified the insipidity of his wife's apathy.
Nor must this be mistaken for insipidity or weakness of design.
The insipidity, and yet the noise—the nothingness, and yet the self-importance of all those people!
The reason of this insipidity is, that the ideality aimed at is all on the outside.
So I can most of his fellows, no one of whom, I think, ever quite approaches the insipidity of their worst English imitators.
Gentleness was indeed his proper characteristic, without one particle of dullness, or insipidity, or want of spirit.
The insipidity which affronted Boz has no effect in stopping the demand for "the fireside plate."