platitude

[ plat-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF platitude

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLATITUDE

To a Frenchman, everything is a platitude that is not a paradox.

A platitude that nobody has expressed and that nobody has acted on is a great truth.

It is tolerated to-day for no other reason than that it has cornered the platitude market.

When I awoke from my reverie the Reverend Mr. Platitude was quitting the apartment.

Mr. Platitude was filled with wrath, and abused Dissenters in most unmeasured terms.

I speak advisedly,” said he, in continuation, “there is one Platitude.

I wanted to quote that Latin platitude about who watches the watchers.

That sounds like the barest sort of platitude, but have patience.

It is proverbial, but the man who is running this game has made it look like a platitude.

The platitude was the best that I could muster to my tongue.

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