Synonyms of jejune in English:


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See Spanish definition of huero


1‘their entirely predictable and usually jejune opinions’

naive, simple, innocent, artless, guileless, unworldly, childlike, ingenuous, unsophisticated
inexperienced, ignorant, green, immature, callow, trusting, trustful, unsuspicious, unwary, unguarded
credulous, gullible, easily taken in
unaffected, without airs, open, frank, uninhibited, natural, unpretentious, spontaneous, down-to-earth
childish, immature, juvenile, puerile, silly, infantile
informal wet behind the ears

sophisticated, mature

2‘the following poem now seems to me rather jejune’

boring, dull, dull as ditchwater, tedious, dreary
uninteresting, unexciting, uneventful, uninspiring, unstimulating, unimaginative
humdrum, run-of-the-mill, mundane, commonplace, workaday, quotidian, routine
stodgy, lacklustre, dry, dry as dust, arid, sterile, lifeless, vapid, insipid, flat, drab, bland, banal, trite, prosaic, colourless, monochrome, monotonous, unrelieved, lacking variety, lacking variation
tiresome, tiring, wearisome
informal deadly, nothing to write home about
British informal samey
Scottish informal dreich
North American informal dullsville, ornery

fascinating, inspired