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Mansfield Park
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  • It is an insipid fruit at the best; but a good apricot is eatable, which none from my garden are.
  • If I must give my opinion, I have always thought it the most insipid play in the English language.
  • Mr. Yates, indeed, exclaimed against his tameness and insipidity; and the day came at last, when Mr. Rushworth turned to her with a black look, and said, "Do you think there is anything so very fine in all this?

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  • I don’t care for the author. I think her novels are insipid.
  • an insipid personality

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