He struts his banal clichéd image and sets out to alter its course according to his inner world.
The hackneyed old football cliché "a game of two halves," was proved correct yet again.
Do you know any hackneyed clichés of yore?
I can't believe you just said that; it's such a cliché!
She wouldn't be my mother if she didn't use an old cliché in every conversation.
My great uncle fits the cliché, "as old as the hills", better than anyone I know.
Everything she says sounds like a cliché.
"Time heals all wounds" is a cliché that people don't usually want to hear after a loss.
He couldn't think of anything meaningful to say during his toast, so he used cliché after cliché.
These lyrics use the same cliché repeatedly, making this a boring song.
Samantha uses a cliché in all of her social media posts.
It sounds unprofessional to use such cliché in your cover letter.
It sounds unprofessional to use such a cliché in your cover letter.
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