Insipid

имя прилагательное 1) безвкусный, пресный Синоним(ы): tasteless 2) а) скучный, неинтересный б) безжизненный, вялый, неэнергичный Синоним(ы): banal, uninteresting, lifeless, dull, flat

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Insipid

adjective Etymology: French and Late Latin; French insipide, from Late Latin insipidus, from Latin in- + sapidus savory, from sapere to taste — more at sage 1. lacking taste or savor ; tasteless
Example: insipid food 2. lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge ; dull, flat
Example: insipid proseinsipidity nouninsipidly adverb Synonyms: insipid, vapid, flat, jejune, banal, inane mean devoid of qualities that make for spirit and character. insipid implies a lack of sufficient taste or savor to please or interest
Example: an insipid romance with platitudes on every page. vapid suggests a lack of liveliness, force, or spirit
Example: an exciting story given a vapid treatment. flat applies to things that have lost their sparkle or zest
Example: although well-regarded in its day, the novel now seems flat. jejune suggests a lack of rewarding or satisfying substance
Example: a jejune and gassy speech. banal stresses the complete absence of freshness, novelty, or immediacy
Example: a banal tale of unrequited love. inane implies a lack of any significant or convincing quality
Example: an inane interpretation of the play.

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