Coldly, tritely, he sets down the bald, bare facts of the tragedies that wrecked the Hyndses.
At every step he had instructed her, not tritely as a Mr. Barlow, but he had been Barlowish, and that was bad.
"I should think that rather depended upon one's occupation," responded Miss James, tritely.
They are more worry than they can possibly be worth, said Nora tritely.
“That same moon lit the world for the builders of the Pyramids,” he said, tritely enough.
"Men know more than they understand, and women understand more than they know," some one has tritely said.
One hopes the land may breed like qualities in her human offspring, not tritely to "try," but to do.
"It is said tritely but truly, that great minds travel the same roads," Ernest observed, inwardly pleased.
The text-books tell us tritely that the goose lives to be a hundred years.
"Beauty is a fickle goddess," remarked Ducwitz tritely, settling himself firmly in the saddle.