Let me suggest another great word today:
It is an adjective and it means that something is uninteresting, lifeless, bland, without any flavor and dull; in Polish we have almost the same word and it is bez smaku, banalny, bez sensu, mdły, bezbarwny, nudny. And this is how you pronounce the word insipid.
- So sad: on the show, it really looked phenomenal, but it was just insipid.
- Instead, the coverage was just insipid. It was three Times reporters basically sitting around the watching paint dry and pretending it was...
- At worst, it was just insipid and kind of boring, which is to be expected for a premiere that has to set the stage for an entirely new storyline.
- To my taste the lavender has a bit more depth and flavour the other two seem a bit insipid so I was going with the lavender...
- Tea is very insipid after good coffee.
- It was at first a very insipid diet, though common enough in many parts of Europe, but grew tolerable by time...
My question to you:
Have you experienced anything you could describe as insipid?