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We use this word whenever food is tasteless.
- Tea is insipid. (Tea does not have sugar so it is tasteless)
- Soup is insipid. (Soup is spice less)
- The brinjal curry is insipid. (It is not salty or spicy)
To express the taste of the food you can use insipid for tasteless.
You can use this word when food is more tastiest and it is hard to describe with routine words like nice, good, etc.
- Chicken biryani is a lip-smacking dish.
- Chappan Bhog sweet home is famous for lip-smacking sweets.
- Gulabjamun is one of my favorite lip-smacking sweets.
It is used to describe food which is stale and uneatable.
- Stale food should be thrown away in the garbage.
- Some hotels serve stale food.
- If stale food is eaten, health spoils.
A small quantity or amount of food.
- She did not eat even a morsel of food.
- At least eat a small morsel of food and tell me the taste.
Remaining food after serving.
- Some restaurants give leftover food to poor people.
Rake up: Phrasal verb.
To mention something or a problem or issue which was happened in the past.
- Opposite politicians are raking up the past to waste the time.
To praise oneself.
- He boasts everywhere about him.
Give up: Verb.
To stop, to quit.
- He gave up smoking cigarettes.
- She gave up eating chocolates and icecreams.
To be silent, to be away
- Small children sulk when they do not get, they want.
- Wife and husband squabble with each other.