Trite

(adjective) Meaning: lacking freshness or originality/ novelty
Related words on BragitOff: banal , bland

Pronunciation: trAYt

image sentence: The girl found the food to be rather trite.
image sentence: The girl found the food to be rather trite.

image sentence: The girl found the food to be rather trite.

Synonyms: banal, hackneyed, clichéd, common, conventional, predictable.

Antonyms: Fresh, Novel, new, original, imaginative

Other sentences with the word trite in them/ How to use ‘trite in a sentence? 

1. The point raised by John during the final moments of debate seem obvious and trite.
2. The red poinsettias are so trite, I am thinking about the ivory ones.
3. Many great expressions have become trite due to their overuse in daily soap operas.
4. Matthew’s ideas for the party were trite.
5. I hate people who use trite expressions.

First known use/Origin: Latin tritus, 1548

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