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insipid (adjective), more insipid, most insipid
1. Relating to a person who is uninteresting or has no stimulating qualities: Henry's neighbor was said to have an insipid personality.
2. A reference to something being without sufficient taste to be pleasing; such as, food or drink; bland: Ella told the waiter at the restaurant that he had served her an insipid soup.
3. Etymology: from Latin insipidus, "tasteless", from in-, "not" + sapidus, "savory, tasty".
Characteristic of lacking excitement or interest.
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Descriptive of being dull and not being interesting.
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