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Dan Vapid

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Dan Schafer (born January 18, 1970), better known by his stage name Dan Vapid, is a punk rock musician from Chicago, Illinois. He is best known for his ...

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Vapid definition, lacking or having lost life, sharpness, or flavor; insipid; flat: vapid tea. See more.

Vapid | Definition of Vapid by Merriam-Webster

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not lively or interesting : dull or boring. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: vapid in a sentence. Editor's note: Did You Know?

Urban Dictionary: vapid

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2 uninteresting; lifeless; dull; boring. vapid talk. by xtina699 August 01, 2003. 268 60 ... Vapid. A shallow pretentious woman that is full of herself. A materialistic ...

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Reserve the adjective vapid for the airhead in your office that brings nothing to the table, except maybe the doughnuts. Vapid is an adjective to describe ...

Vapid - definition of vapid by The Free Dictionary

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Lacking liveliness, animation, or interest; dull: vapid conversation. 2. Lacking taste, zest, or flavor; flat: vapid beer. [Latin vapidus.] va·pid′i·ty, vap′id·ness n.

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Synonyms for vapid at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

vapid - Wiktionary

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vapid (comparative more vapid, superlative most vapid). Lifeless, dull or banal. [ quotations ▽]. 1857, Anthony Trollope, Barchester Towers, Volume the Second,  ...

How to pronounce vapid in English

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2 days ago ... How to pronounce vapid. How to say vapid. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.

vapid - Online Etymology Dictionary

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Look up vapid at Dictionary.com: 1650s, "flat, insipid" (of drinks), from Latin vapidus "flat, insipid," literally "that has exhaled its vapor," related to vappa "stale  ...

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vapĀ·id
[vap-id]
ADJECTIVE
1.
lacking or having lost life, sharpness, or flavor; insipid; flat: vapid tea.
2.
without liveliness or spirit; dull or tedious: a vapid party; vapid conversation.
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