Truismatic

Tru`is`mat´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to truisms; consisting of truisms.
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According to White, the Chadha Court's exposition of the Bicameralism and Presentment Clauses was both "truismatic" and irrelevant.(28) The legislative veto, a device unknown to the Framers, was not the same as new legislation and, as a consequence, need not be subjected to the rules specifically designed for such legislation.