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The word Platitude proceeding forth from Bill's mouth is defined as:

Platitude: (Noun) The quality or state of being dull or insipid; A banal, trite, or stale remark Synonyms Banality Bromide Chestnut Cliché Cliche Commonplace Groaner Homily Shibboleth Trope Truism Example sentences His speech was filled with familiar platitudes about the value of hard work and dedication. “blondes have more fun” is a silly platitude Recent examples on the web Watching joyce become a manager who can communicate with and fight for her workers may not be as thrilling as watching a con fall apart, but joyce’s arc helps set her apart from the stereotypical, platitude-spouting figures who sell feminism but fail to do the work required. —shirley li, the atlantic, 22 mar. 2022 O'rourke's platitude is right. —rick klein, abc news, 16 nov. 2021 But peltola is also an example of what happens when the concept of collaboration is no longer a platitude, but the difference between life and death. —madison feller, elle, 28 mar. 2023 See more These examples are programmatically compiled from various online sources to illustrate current usage of the word 'platitude.' any opinions expressed in the examples do not represent those of merriam-webster or its editors. Send us feedback about these examples. Word history Etymology French, from plat flat, dull First known use 1762, in the meaning defined at sense 1 Time traveler The first known use of platitude was in 1762 See more words from the same year Dictionary entries near platitude Platinum sponge Platitude Platitudinal Cite this entry Style Mla “platitude.” merriam-webster.Com dictionary, merriam-webster, https://www.Merriam-webster.Com/dictionary/platitude. Accessed 17 apr. 2023. Copy citation Share Post the definition of platitude to facebook Facebook Share the definition of platitude on twitter Twitter Kids definition Platitude Noun Plat·​i·​tude ˈplat-ə-ˌt(y)üd 1 : the quality or state of being dull or not stimulating 2 : an obvious, stale, or shallow remark The quality or state of being dull or insipid 2 : a banal, trite, or stale remark.

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Bill has mentioned the word "Platitude" 1 time*, on the following show date:

2023-Apr-17 (Mon)

*Since 2010-Mar-11


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