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How to use 'Insipid and Bland' words? - Explanation and Examples

September 8, 2016

Our daily activity is eating. While we are eating to tell food taste, we use many words. If something is less in food, we say it doesn't have sugar, salt et cetera. If the food doesn't have taste we say 'it's tasteless'. To express this kind of expressions there are two words.

 

Words: Insipid, Bland

Part of speech: Adjective

Meaning: Tasteless, spice less, sugarless

Usage and Example of Bland:

Example I:

Customer: Hey, it's bland? It doesn't have any taste!

Explanation:

Customer says that food is tasteless.

 

Usage and Example of Insipid:

Example II:

Son: Mom, why do you always cook insipid curry?

Expression:

Son asks mother why his mother always cooks tasteless curry.

Article by Padmasri

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