The state, quality, or characteristic of being bland. (noun)
Examples of word blandness
It is opposed to what it calls the blandness and crassness of the modern world.
A check-the-boxes approach to creativity is more likely to result in blandness and failure.
But she managed to school her expression for blandness, averting her eyes slightly to stare at a tapestry.
Itâ€™s this â€˜parsnip policyâ€™ that, arguably, imbues ELT books with a certain blandness â€“ what Mario Rinvolucri once characterised as â€œthe soft, fudgey, sub-journalistic, womanâ€™s magaziney world of EFLese course materialsâ€ (1999, p. 14).
He has sought to turn his everyman imageâ€”some call it blandnessâ€”into a virtue, saying these are serious times.