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platitudinal

[ plat-i-tood-n-uhl, -tyood- ]
/ ˌplæt ɪˈtud n əl, -ˈtyud- /
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adjective
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Origin of platitudinal

First recorded in 1865–70; platitude + -inal adjective suffix, on the model of Latin derivatives of abstract nouns in -tūdō, stem -tūdin-; see -al1.Cf. latitudinal
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