Definition of insipidness in English:

insipidness

noun

  • See insipid

    • ‘So as frivolous as the story may be I think it's worth paying attention to as a sort of object lesson in the mainstream press's general insipidness and openness to manipulation.’
    • ‘Such insipidness ought to be dismissed out of hand immediately.’
    • ‘Gone was the insipidness and lethargy we had witnessed.’
    • ‘Gone was the fighting spirit and fierce determination of the drawn game, and in its place an insipidness and almost a willingness to accept defeat that should have no place in a county final.’
    • ‘Yes, the insipidness of some of the exhibits are testament to creativity by committee.’

Pronunciation

insipidness

/ɪnˈsɪpɪdnəs/