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a.1.Having a taste or flavorl savory; sapid.
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But it's the often dull, some- times lazy and frequently in- sipid nature of some of these contributions that for me de- tracts from the experience of theoriginalarticle.Youseeit's not that I resent people com- menting on the writings of my favorite journalists, it's that I resent idiots doing so.
After afairly in sipid opening 27 minutes, during which the game degenerated into aerial ping-pong contest, only broken up by Schifcofske's awful 22nd-minute penalty miss, Ulster suddenly exploded into life.
"We'll be looking at some bad headlines now, but we deserve them because it was a pretty in sipid performance.