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A trademark for a bland soft cereal for infants.
1. A bland soft cereal for infants.
2. Intellectual material that is bland, trite, or insipid: "It was the sort of pablum routinely pronounced by State Department spokesmen when they had no real policy to describe" (Steve Coll).
[Originally a trademark.]
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(Cookery) trademark a cereal food for infants, developed in Canada
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1. Trademark. a brand of soft cereal for infants.n.
2. (l.c.) trite, naive, or simplistic ideas or writings; intellectual pap.
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|Noun||1.||Pablum - a soft form of cereal for infants |
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
soft diet, spoon food, pap - a diet that does not require chewing; advised for those with intestinal disorders
cereal - a breakfast food prepared from grain
|2.||pablum - worthless or oversimplified ideas|
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