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Definition of "insipidly" [in•sip•id•ly]

  • In an insipid manner. (adverb)

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Use "insipidly" in a sentence
  • "If you cool cats like classic hotrod cars, bad boys from the other side of the tracks, sexy blondes in tight shirts, insipidly catchy songs, goofy teen idol good looks, and the world's biggest cell phone ... this one is for you!"
  • "Ever since we'd bought the house—a cottage, really, where we spent the summer weekends—I'd had more than my share of hikes and excursions into the insipidly pretty countryside, with its green hills and fields and old stone houses."
  • "In a parade of self-flagellation Coyle and his band took turns to accept responsibility after Bolton lost insipidly to Fulham but an unpalatable truth is that their past five league outings have been defeats."
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