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trite

trite Sentence Examples

  • At that moment, his words sounded trite to me.

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  • It's said often, but it's not trite: be yourself.

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  • Yes, it sounds simple, perhaps even trite, but it's actually true.

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  • Still, providing a trite answer such as "I'm a perfectionist" will have your perspective new boss rolling his eyes, and perhaps thinking you are a liar.

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  • Many sayings are trite or cliche, but don't avoid them solely for that reason.

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  • All commentary is relayed in a style that is simply trying too hard to say something that should be difficult to hear, but instead comes off as trite, childish and angst-ridden.

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  • They make a virtue of the nature of B-movie qualities, with cheesy special effects, less-than-stellar actors, trite plot lines, and a list of titles that is amazing in its range of science fiction stereotypes.

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  • trite to call a book a " page turner ", and maybe that's not actually a compliment.

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  • In such a way the imagery of the demonic becomes commonly accepted, banal and trite.

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  • However, the dialog is quite trite, and some of the performances leave a lot to be desired.

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  • Without descending into the sentimental or the trite, somehow The Office closes for business on a genuinely heartwarming note.

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  • melodramatic surface plot that seems rather trite by modern standards.

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  • They never pandered to trite stuff, there was always a bit of quality there.

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  • That sounds a bit trite, but there was something shining out.

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  • But this is a somewhat trite answer, no matter how attractive is sometimes seems to me.

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  • What surprises me more than anything is the rather trite response from the local authorities.

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  • An impressive debut dealing with wide ranging issues, if sometimes a little trite.

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  • Your father, I scarcely like to remind you, since it is so trite a commonplace, is older than yourself.

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  • trite to say that the law is neither fixed nor static.

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  • trite to observe that litigation solicitors have not normally negotiated settlements with their clients actually present.

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  • trite phrases and cliches a new understanding can be reached of the secret to wealth and success.

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  • trite observation that the sexes were rigorously segregated.

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  • trite, easy answers which we can offer.

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  • trite law that one cannot take an advantage from one's breach of contract.

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  • trite cliches of international football.

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  • trite lyric has some depth for those who care to look, and this arrangement exploits this to the full.

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  • Without the Spirit to help them, any attempted description of Christ would have seemed pretty trite.

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  • Verging on pedantic, some of Harrison's songs would have sounded trite in lesser hands.

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  • It had become trendy to shoot signage and or other iconic symbols, and, well basically it was fast becoming trite.

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  • The use of pet names should generally be avoided as they can become meaningless and appear trite with the passing of time.

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  • Of these works the best known is the Dei Dozeri degli uomini, a series of trite maxims which do honour to his piety rather than to his critical judgment.

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  • Recent scholarship has absolutely disproved this legend, founded on a few trite phrases in monastic chronicles, and still to be heard in similar contexts.

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  • In other cases his statement of utilitarian considerations is fragmentary and unmethodical, and tends to degenerate into loose exhortation on rather trite topics.

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  • The group ct is.reduced to it: trite (lee tu m), peito (pee t u s), noite (no ct e m); sometimes to ut: douto (d 0 C t u s).

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  • It is too trite to say that New York is already in the hands of the Jews.

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  • It is trite to say that the law is neither fixed nor static.

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  • It 's pretty trite to call a book a " page turner ", and maybe that 's not actually a compliment.

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  • After applying some simple algebra to some trite phrases and cliches a new understanding can be reached of the secret to wealth and success.

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  • There is much more to this than the true but trite observation that the sexes were rigorously segregated.

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  • There are no trite, easy answers which we can offer.

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  • It is trite law that one cannot take an advantage from one 's breach of contract.

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  • Secondly, commentators tend to bury themselves in the trite cliches of international football.

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  • The seemingly trite lyric has some depth for those who care to look, and this arrangement exploits this to the full.

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  • Verging on pedantic, some of Harrison 's songs would have sounded trite in lesser hands.

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  • There is a danger that such trite ascription will harm this person's career rather than make a place for her in the pantheon.

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  • Emotional and uplifting, without ever indulging in trite sentimentality, Tim Pare writes bittersweet, confessional love songs.

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  • coming-of-age movies; movies of trite self-discovery.

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  • avoiding condescension and trite characterisation, Sideways manages to be both poignant and very, very funny.

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