a soft, bland cereal food for infants
Origin of Pablumcontr. from pabulum
[p-] any oversimplified or bland writing, ideas, etc.
- A bland soft cereal for infants.
- Intellectual material that is bland, trite, or insipid: “It was the sort of pablum routinely pronounced by State Department spokesmen when they had no real policy to describe” ( Steve Coll )
Origin of pablumOriginally a trademark
A trademark for a bland soft cereal for infants.
From Latin pÄbulum (“nourishment").
Trademark name 1932.