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synonyms for triteness

  • banality
  • bromide
  • buzzword
  • chestnut
  • commonplace
  • corn
  • evenness
  • flatness
  • hokum
  • inanity
  • insipidity
  • monotony
  • motto
  • potboiler
  • proverb
  • saw
  • shibboleth
  • stereotype
  • tag
  • triviality
  • truism
  • vapidity
  • verbiage
  • boiler plate
  • cliché
  • familiar tune
  • hackneyed saying
  • high camp
  • old chestnut
  • old story
  • prosaicism
  • trite remark
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antonyms for triteness

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                      How to use triteness in a sentence

                      He grimaced at the triteness of the words, at the same time realizing that a basic truth lurked there.
                      DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
                      The meagerness and triteness of the music and piece astonished me.
                      RECORDS OF A GIRLHOODFRANCES ANN KEMBLE
                      Our minds become easily deadened to its real import, and the examples we cite in illustration of it have an air of triteness.
                      THE IDEA OF GOD AS AFFECTED BY MODERN KNOWLEDGEJOHN FISKE
                      Mrs. Weaver made this latter announcement with an air of triumph in its triteness.
                      THE WIZARD'S DAUGHTER AND OTHER STORIESMARGARET COLLIER GRAHAM
                      Don Luis Perenna had begun to read in emphatic tones, bringing out the imbecility of the words and the triteness of the rhythm.
                      THE SECRET OF SAREKMAURICE LEBLANC
                      Its mention has already passed into triteness in verse, so inevitably have poets felt the sacred charm of the hour.
                      BITS ABOUT HOME MATTERSHELEN HUNT JACKSON
                      For he has accomplished the difficult and perilous feat of writing frankly without obviousness, simply without triteness.
                      EDWARD MACDOWELLLAWRENCE GILMAN
                      Still, some of them are so imaginative and quaint that they should be rescued from triteness and made classic.
                      MENTONE, CAIRO, AND CORFUCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
                      The older man repressed a smile at the triteness of the speech, which is that usually educed from every new beholder of the scene.
                      THE BOY WITH THE U. S. SURVEYFRANCIS ROLT-WHEELER
                      Baldi is diffuse; and this conspires with the triteness of his matter to render the poem somewhat uninteresting.
                      INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF EUROPE IN THE FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES, VOL. 1HENRY HALLAM
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