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1. He's an insipid old bore.
2. The friendship of a gentleman is insipid as water.
3. It tasted indescribably bland and insipid, like warmed cardboard.
4. It tasted bland and insipid, like warmed cardboard.
5. On the surface she seemed meek, rather insipid.
6. The group are an insipid imitation of the Beatles.
7. After an hour of insipid conversation, I left.
8. Why anyone buys music with such insipid lyrics is a mystery.
9. Canned coffees taste either harsh or insipid.
10. Insipid daft doesn't make good copy.
11. The dialogue tends toward the insipid.
12. Bite into a shiny,[http://sentencedict.com] red apple and taste insipid sponge.
13. The locks were closed again, the process ended, insipid Vadinamian refreshments were served in the visitors gallery.
14. So out go the insipid beiges and in come the sizzling hot pinks, peachy whites and fluorescent fuchsias.
15. For decades viewers were force-fed insipid official propaganda and newspeak.
16. The usual theism is more insipid.
17. It is insipid and unnatural.
18. Between us too too insipid, be bad position?
19. The food was rather insipid and needed gingering up.
20. Slang An insipid or ill-natured person.
21. A mixture of milk and water is a insipid drink.
22. It was the least controversial[sentencedict.com], most insipid topic I could concoct.
23. In the pre-Day era, television interviews were almost always respectful, dull, stiff and often insipid.
24. The desire not to make waves is a particularly depressing and insipid form of self-censorship.
25. I'd have to tell you that it is an insipid and belated rehearsal of modernist experimentation with self-reflexivity.
26. He has opinions on almost everything but most of them are insipid.
27. They complain that the fruit is being homogenised just like the insipid tomatoes bred to look pretty behind cellophane on supermarket shelves.
28. I try to feed it with soda biscuit which is dry and insipid.
29. We mustn't blame Sebastian if at times he seems a little insipid.
30. She said she was a good cook, but the food she cooked is insipid.
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