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
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 insipid GOP chairman, Michael Steele, blamed Scozzafava for endorsing the Democratic candidate, Bill Owen.
Dispense with all the insipid government meddling and let the market decide what happens to Wall Street from this point forward.
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.