adjective, trit·er, trit·est.
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Origin of trite
synonym study for trite
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Example sentences from the Web for trite
Obscurity of expression is merely the cloak in which men seek to hide their poverty of thought and triteness of mind.Schopenhauer|Margrieta Beer
Our minds become easily deadened to its real import, and the examples we cite in illustration of it have an air of triteness.
He grimaced at the triteness of the words, at the same time realizing that a basic truth lurked there.Deathworld|Harry Harrison
But it must never be forgotten, that art should be complex only to avoid the greater evils of inadequacy and triteness.Contemporary American Composers|Rupert Hughes
This is a thought common to the degree of triteness among moralists and theologians; but as they present it, it fails to move us.An Iceland Fisherman|Pierre Loti