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    insipid - Dictionary definition and meaning for word insipid

    Definition
    (adj) lacking taste or flavor or tang
    Example Sentence
    • a bland diet
    • insipid hospital food
    • flavorless supermarket tomatoes
    • vapid beer
    • vapid tea
    Definition
    (adj) lacking interest or significance or impact
    Synonyms : jejune
    Example Sentence
    • an insipid personality
    • jejune novel
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for insipid

in+sip+id(it) in-'not, -ve prefix', so when you do not sip it, i.e a juice ,then it means the juice lacks flavor.

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in+ sipid(spell it as spit..) ,we spit when the FOOD LACKS FLAVOR : or it is TASTELESS..

if u take a SIP IN, and realize that u were stuPID enough to taste such a flavor , then the drink is insipid

IN+SIP+IT: is there anything IN this?! i took a SIP and IT is awful and bland!

sounds like in + stupid.

not worth a sip

sip it. If it was good you would gulp it.

IN: SIP ID. It's in, all drinks have a sip ID now, this means you first have a shot at tasting it, just in case you don't like it. If it was good you would gulp it and you have to pay for that.

To be INSIPID ,if you ask me, is to be STUPID.

If you can identify (<B>ID</B>) with just a <B>SIP</B> then it must be flavorful. <B>IN</B>sipid would be the opposite.

Our waitress said the new mochas would be excellent; They were bland instead; so we sipped it every three minutes to pretend that we liked it. The mochas were so insipid that we left to buy the restaurant a recipe book, and so we went. When we ret

During cooking you need to sip the food, otherwise it may be sipid

Inspire meaning increasing interst; insipi+d ; if don’t inspire , it will become boring and will lack flavor

the actors were insipid so the director was livid.

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