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vapid (adjective), more vapid, most vapid
1. A reference to something which is neither lively nor interesting but is dull and boring: Goldie sang a song with vapid or lifeless and unexciting lyrics.

The vapid discussion about politics showed no sign of intelligence or of imagination.

2. Lacking taste, flavor, or tang: The vapid tea simply tasted like water.
3. Etymology: originally used in English in a much more literal sense, describing beverages that lacked flavor; it comes from the Latin word vapidus, "having exhaled its vapor".
Lacking spirit or life.
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Being dull and boring.
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Not lively or interesting; but being dull, and boring. (2)