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Definition of "insipidity" [in•si•pid•i•ty]

  • The condition of being insipid; insipidness. (noun)
  • An insipid utterance. (noun)

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Use "insipidity" in a sentence
  • "I will use this word "insipidity" today 3 times in sentences to increase my Word Power."
  • "As an experiment in protest against the insipidity which is too often an accompaniment of conjugal intercourse the institution might well seem to deserve a more tolerant and impartial investigation than it has yet received at the hands of our sociologists."
  • "Miss Jennings, adorned with all the blooming treasures of youth, had the fairest and brightest complexion that ever was seen: her hair was of a most beauteous flaxen: there was something particularly lively and animated in her countenance, which preserved her from that insipidity which is frequently an attendant on a complexion so extremely fair."