What is another word for in-sipidity?
[ ɪnsɪpˈɪdɪti], [ ɪnsɪpˈɪdɪti], [ ɪ_n_s_ɪ_p_ˈɪ_d_ɪ_t_i]
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Synonyms for In-sipidity:
n.• blandness (noun)
- commonplace term,
- mumbo jumbo,
- hackneyed term,
- stale language,
- street talk,
- overused term,
- trite language,
How to use "In-sipidity" in context?
In-sipidity is the inability to experience satisfaction or pleasure with what is currently happening. It is often a Sophie's choice: individuals feel stuck in a Hobbesian state of constant war of all against all, or they give up and resign themselves to their lack of contentment.
In-sipidity is thwarting one's ability to experience pleasure. In the short-term, it can be caused by things like stress or anxiety. In the long-term, it can be a sign of addiction or a mental illness.
In-sipidity is often accompanied by feelings of emptiness or boredom.
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