Boring and Insipid


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Boring adjective – Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest.
Insipid is a synonym for boring in uninteresting topic. In some cases you can use "Insipid" instead an adjective "Boring", when it comes to topics like unrelieved.
Nearby Words: bore, bored
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Insipid adjective – Lacking in qualities that make for spirit and character.
Usage example: an insipid and somewhat boring movie about teenagers in love

Boring is a synonym for insipid in property topic. You can use "Boring" instead an adjective "Insipid", if it concerns topics such as bland, uninteresting, unimaginative.
Nearby Word: insipidity
Synonyms for Insipid

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speech boring speech insipid speech
details boring details insipid details

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  • There are long, boring and banal speeches explaining the Marquis de Sade's insipid nihilism and justifications of selfishness and cruelty in almost all his works, the most famous being "Justine", "Juliette" and "Dialogue between a priest and a dying man".
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