jejuneness, dullness, colorlessness, vapidness, boringness, drabness, wishy-washiness, taste, insipidness, suavity, sterility, lifelessness, dryness, weariness, smoothness, excite, washiness, innocuousness, flavorlessness, stodginess, sterileness, suaveness, dreariness, asepticism
irresolution (part of speech: noun)
inconsistency, unsureness, spinelessness, infirmity, ambivalence, tentativeness, shiftiness, indecisiveness, halfheartedness, fickleness, wateriness, vacillation, uncertainty, yellowness, changeability, hesitance, irresolution, impulsiveness, unwillingness, weakness, volatility, double-mindedness, capriciousness, shyness
tastelessness (part of speech: noun)
unimportance (part of speech: noun)
mildness (part of speech: noun)
geniality, open-mindedness, easiness, benevolence, libertarianism, acceptance, gentleness, moderateness, peaceableness, kindness, mildness, quietness, lenience, latitude, liberty, charity, laxity, liberality, tolerance, permissiveness, amiability, forbearance, benignity, liberalness, moderation, sweetness, cordiality, broad-mindedness, tenderness, softness, evenness, meekness, clemency
- The drawback is, of course, the great surrounding human vacuum- the historic silence fairly rings in your ears when you listen- and the social insipidity. - "The Letters of William James, Vol. II", William James.
- The mind which has feasted on the luxurious wonders of fiction, has no taste of the insipidity of truth. - "Eighteenth Century Essays on Shakespeare", D. Nichol Smith.
- In my friends, I complained not of treachery, but insipidity; and it was not because I was deserted, but wearied by more tender connections, that I ceased to find either excitement in seeking, or triumph in obtaining, their love. - "Falkland, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.