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Date: 1600-1700
Language: French
Origin: insipide, from Late Latin insipidus, from Latin sapere 'to taste'

insipid

adjective
     
Related topics: Food
in‧sip‧id
1DF food or drink that is insipid does not have much taste [= bland]:
an insipid pasta dish
2 not interesting, exciting, or attractive:
insipid colours
insipidly adverb
insipidness, insipidity noun [uncountable]

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