Word – Vapid
Vapid – Word of the Day
(adj.) Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; bland.
The word “vapid” was first used in the 1650s, and is borrowed from the Latin word vapidus(meaning “lacking in flavour”). It was used to refer to wine.
- Janice is an incredibly gossipy and vapid woman. Completely undateable.
- The entire city seemed so lifeless and vapid. I’m never going back there again.
- The lemonade was vapid but pleasant. Not too bad, not too good.
- The movie was so vapid. I can’t believe I wasted a hundred bucks on that!
- I don’t like going to parties anymore. The vapid conversations I have with others bore me. I need something more stimulating.
- Ohh I don’t listen to Eminem’s music anymore. His new stuff is just so vapid.
- The book was super vapid, I have no idea how I even finished it.
- Cricket is such a vapid sport. It lasts for five days and there’s a chance that no one wins. I don’t have time for that!
- The pizza at Gianni’s tasted like the pizza of every cheap pizzeria: vapid, greasy, and mediocre.
- I just sat through the most vapid cop movie ever. Why do they even make those anymore?
- Small talk is so vapid. Why can’t we just open up and talk about the big things?