OTHER WORDS FOR insipid
Origin of insipid
OTHER WORDS FROM insipidin·si·pid·i·ty, in·sip·id·ness, nounin·sip·id·ly, adverb
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How to use insipid in a sentence
Going straight from “Pie” to “Music,” one of M’s most lyrically insipid compositions ever to my ear, is especially painful.New Madonna remix collection solid but not exhaustive|Joey DiGuglielmo|August 25, 2022|Washington Blade
If you are a sports fan, as I am, and also a sentient human being, as at least a few of my readers are, you are aware of the stunningly insipid nature of sports interviews.Gene Weingarten: When it comes to sports interviews, don’t be such a silly ask|Gene Weingarten|June 24, 2021|Washington Post
When I saw it listed on the contents page, I thought, “Why would he write about a song that insipid?”Greil Marcus Talks About Trying to Unlock Rock and Roll in 10 Songs|Allen Barra|November 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This time, long-suffering conservatives endured nothing embarrassing or bizarre, insipid, or outlandish.A Winning Final Four at the GOP Debate in Charleston|Michael Medved|January 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Other foods that came canned, including more limp, insipid vegetables, overly syrupy fruits, and sloppy stews were equally gross.The Weirdest Food Trend Ever|Robert Rosenthal|July 15, 2010|DAILY BEAST
The insipid GOP chairman, Michael Steele, blamed Scozzafava for endorsing the Democratic candidate, Bill Owen.Bachmann's Angry Mob|John Batchelor|November 6, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Dispense with all the insipid government meddling and let the market decide what happens to Wall Street from this point forward.Let Wall Street Fail|William D. Cohan|February 10, 2009|DAILY BEAST
She was a plump-faced, insipid child, with fair hair and pale blue eyes, stolid and bovine in their expressionlessness.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
Scarcely anything has been written against the French Academy, except frivolous and insipid pleasantries.
Such a description would not now be tolerated in one of our most insipid novels.
A man who has schemed for some time can no longer do without it; all other ways of living are to him dull and insipid.The 'Characters' of Jean de La Bruyre|Jean de La Bruyre
Those of his works that have come under our notice are for the most part tame and insipid.