- jejune: see dinner
- jejune (adj.)
- 1610s, "dull in the mind, flat, insipid," from Latin ieiunus "empty, dry, barren," literally "fasting, hungry," of obscure origin.
- 1. We knew we were in for a pretty long, jejune evening.
- 2. They were of great service in correcting my jejune generalizations.
- 3. Then she was gone, leaving me in unexpectedly jejune loneliness.
- 于是她走了, 置我于意想不到的空虚孤独之中.
- 4. I detected a jejune air that had not inbed me before.
[ jejune 造句 ]