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He would have taken his part in the utterance of platitudes about life and death, separation and reunion.

Poor RelationsCompton Mackenzie

When a clamoring conscience had lifted up its voice, he had stilled it with platitudes.

The Wall BetweenSara Ware Bassett

Neither preachments nor platitudes, nor punishments, nor legislative blunderings.

All these platitudes about lies being lies simply run off my skin.

The increasing number of Bewsher's platitudes about wealth, about keeping up tradition, about religion, showed that.

After you convince people that there are such things as platitudes in the world, they begin to find them in everything you say.

Discourses of KeidanskyBernard G. Richards

We should weary our readers with a detail of the platitudes which ensued.

But Basine, taking him by the elbow, swept him along, platitudes and all.

GargoylesBen Hecht

Yet the platitudes of the speakers that followed him were reported at length.

The Iron HeelJack London

By the scores of thousands, precepts and platitudes have been written for the guidance of personal conduct.

The Armed Forces OfficerU. S. Department of Defense

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