Synonyms for Insipidity:
n.excite, jejuneness, taste, vapidness, Washiness, innocuousness, wishy-washiness. colorlessness, drabness, dryness, dullness, flavorlessness, lifelessness, sterileness, sterility, stodginess, weariness, asepticism. •dullness (noun)
blandness, colorlessness, drabness, dryness, flatness, flavorlessness, insipidness, jejuneness, lifelessness, mildness, staleness, sterileness, sterility, stodginess, vapidity, vapidness, weariness, asepticism, innocuousness.
ambivalence, capriciousness, changeability, fickleness, hesitance, impulsiveness, inconsistency, indecisiveness, infirmity, irresolution, shiftiness, shyness, spinelessness, uncertainty, unwillingness, vacillation, volatility, wateriness, weakness, yellowness, unsureness, double-mindedness, halfheartedness, tentativeness.
acceptance, amiability, benevolence, benignity, broad-mindedness, charity, clemency, cordiality, easiness, evenness, forbearance, geniality, gentleness, kindness, latitude, laxity, lenience, liberality, liberalness, libertarianism, liberty, meekness, mildness, moderateness, moderation, peaceableness, permissiveness, quietness, softness, tenderness, tolerance, open-mindedness.
banality, blandness, flatness, plainness, staleness, tastelessness, unsavoriness, vapidity.
frivolity, inconsequence, insignificance, irrelevance, minutia, triteness, trivia, unimportance, triflingness.
colorlessness, drabness, dullness, flavorlessness, jejuneness, lifelessness, sterileness, stodginess, vapidness, Washiness, asepticism, innocuousness, wishy-washiness. dryness, weariness. sterility. •Other relevant words:
colorlessness, drabness, dryness, dullness, flavorlessness, insipidness, jejuneness, lifelessness, sterileness, sterility, stodginess, vapidness, weariness, Washiness, asepticism, innocuousness, wishy-washiness.
Usage examples for insipidity
The absence of any effort to shine, the gentleness without insipidity the liveliness without levity, and above all, the perfect good nature that precludes aught that could be disagreeable to others, form the distinguishing characteristics of the manner of Italian women from the princess to the peasant, and are alike practised by both towards all with whom they converse. – The Idler in France by Marguerite Gardiner