Other foods that came canned, including more limp, insipid vegetables, overly syrupy fruits, and sloppy stews were equally gross.
Dispense with all the insipid government meddling and let the market decide what happens to Wall Street from this point forward.
The insipid GOP chairman, Michael Steele, blamed Scozzafava for endorsing the Democratic candidate, Bill Owen.
This time, long-suffering conservatives endured nothing embarrassing or bizarre, insipid, or outlandish.
When I saw it listed on the contents page, I thought, “Why would he write about a song that insipid?”
I shall say nothing of the false wit, and insipid play upon words, which we find in Cicero's orations.
It was not so very bad; It had no particular flavor, only the insipid taste of dough.
He wrote many moral and religious works, long since relegated to the limbo of insipid mediocrities.
The insipid odour of the meat, the pungent smell of the tripe exasperated him.
Its leaves are broad and smooth; its fruit is long, white, sweet, and insipid.
1610s, "without taste or perceptible flavor," from French insipide (16c.), from Late Latin inspidus "tasteless," from Latin in- "not" (see in- (1)) + sapidus "tasty," from sapere "have a taste" (also "be wise;" see sapient). Figurative meaning "uninteresting, dull" first recorded 1640s, but it was also a secondary sense in Medieval Latin.
In ye coach ... went Mrs. Barlow, the King's mistress and mother to ye Duke of Monmouth, a browne, beautifull, bold, but insipid creature. [John Evelyn, diary, Aug. 18, 1649]Related: Insipidly.