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Example Sentences for "bland"

Jack is a bland sort of person who doesn't seem to have an opinion about anything in particularTofu has a fairly bland taste, but it's not bad when mixed into a vegetable saut-.

Jack is a bland sort of person who doesn't seem to have an opinion about anything in particular.

She works in a very bland, 2-story office building downtown.

After eating the spicy food of Thailand for two years, he found British food horribly bland.

This talk show is really bland because they avoid any controversial topics for fear of offending someone.

His writing style is simple and bland; okay for short newspaper articles, but totally unacceptable for a novel.

The soup was rather bland, so I put some hot sauce in it.

The blandness of the food made the supper difficult to enjoy.

Our neighbors are pretty bland; an old couple that practically live in front of their television sets.

Cooking experts say that steak must not be cut too thin before cooking, or all the juices will seep out, and the flavor will be bland.

My Mexican chums tell me that the food here in England tastes really bland.

This oil is quite bland tasting but it's good for frying.

I find his artwork quite bland and boring. He never seems to take risks or try something new.

Carlos said he found Japanese food to be quite bland, but I like its delicate taste.

Find someone who thinks the food in this country is bland.


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