tritely


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Related to tritely: prominently, insolence

trite

 (trīt)
adj. trit·er, trit·est
Not evoking interest because of overuse or repetition; hackneyed.

[Latin trītus, from past participle of terere, to wear out; see terə- in Indo-European roots.]

trite′ly adv.
trite′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.tritely - in a trite mannertritely - in a trite manner; "tritely expressed emotions"
Translations
بابْتِذال
otřele
klichéagtigt
elcsépelten
á útslitinn hátt
banálne
bayatlamış şekilde

tritely

[ˈtraɪtlɪ] ADVcon falta de originalidad

tritely

adv a tritely obvious remarkeine Binsenweisheit; nobody is perfect, he said tritelyer machte die banale Bemerkung: niemand ist vollkommen

trite

(trait) adjective
(of a remark, saying etc) already said in exactly the same way so often that it no longer has any worth, effectiveness etc. His poetry is full of trite descriptions of nature.
ˈtritely adverb
ˈtriteness noun
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Moreover, Richardson often goes far and tritely out of his way in his preaching.
Burns says tritely that Britain is not against the Russian people among who are 'robust liberals'.
has been destroyed: But 1 think not--I knew her well--She was a woman of business and could not be charged with any such mawkish inattention as to suffer that of value to be wasted or destroyed.--Let me tritely add she was in company always lively; never theatrically overbearing: apposite in remark; one, that it might be expected, would, as she did, sustain the character of Mrs.
Second, and somewhat tritely, an inability to find an argument doesn't mean either that no such argument exists or that the conclusion to be reached isn't true.
It is really one of the occasions where the often tritely talked about "win-win" actually applies.
I tritely return to the Golden Rule--"do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Could it really be that simple?
Indeed, one might say that there are two possible ways out of Nietzsche (whom I see, tritely no doubt, as the most prone historical icon of the death of a meta-narrative, humanism): one being the abstract, ratiocinative prose of Beckett, where the patterns and the recursions, the vertiginous "technique" are the keystone of an almost Judaic art; the other, the way of empathy and concretion, being the highly expressive telltale mosaics of Miller.
With these short bursts we were able to obtain structural information about the enzyme before it vaporized through radiation damage in what I tritely refer to as 'Hit and Run' serial crystallography."
Even the tritely titled "Long Live Rock & Roll," with its folk appeal, has got something going for it.
This was--to put it as tritely as the opening sentence of this review--an accident waiting to happen.
After reading the briefing on ' Zanzarim,' Boyd has Bond tritely remark, " It was like that old Chinese curse: ' May you live in interesting times' -- reconfigured as ' May vast reserves of oil be discovered in your country.'" Much later when he realises how true his words end up being, an almost contrite Bond admits ( to himself) that " sometimes the sheer candid ruthlessness of absolute power did shake you up somewhat." Fortunately, this moralising -- conceivably inspired by Boyd's childhood memories of living on the ' dark continent' while the West meddled in the Biafran war -- is only limited to certain portions of the narrative.