Vapid

va·pid

adjective \ˈva-pəd, ˈvā-\

Not lively or interesting : dull or boring
1.  lacking liveliness, tang, briskness, or force : flat, dull 
“The conversation of the party was so vapid that I eventually chose to keep company with the house cat.”
va·pid·ly adverb
va·pid·ness noun
Origin
Latin vapidus flat-tasting; akin to Latin vappa flat wine and perhaps to Latin vapor steam

First Known Use: circa 1656
*merriam-webster dictionary
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