jejune

[ ji-joon ]SEE DEFINITION OF jejune

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JEJUNE

All the native annalists are jejune to an exasperating degree.

The stuff was undeniably poor, though it was not so jejune as it seemed to Kent.

The only thing to be regretted in the volume is the arid and jejune character of the style.

How jejune and inconsiderable it seems in comparison with your great system!

After some jejune remarks upon this question he drops into theology and winds up with a little sermon.

The first verse is by far the best, and every subsequent verse seems to grow more loose and jejune as the composition proceeds.

Hence it is as common a thing to hear our orators condemned for being too jejune and feeble as too excessive and redundant.

The reality did not correspond; it transcended his imagination; it painfully demonstrated his jejune crudity.

Maunders was especially severe upon the novels of young authors, with their affected style and jejune ideas.

It was the jejune insipidity of an entire age, the stale flatness of the world that she felt to the very depths of her soul.

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