- 副词: tritely;
- 名词: triteness;
The simple concepts he had been taught now sounded trite and naive.
The heading is trite.
He ended his lecture with a trite morality.
That was true no matter how trite It'sounded.
He had something to prove, something that would sound trite if it were put into words.
Yesterday, in the restaurant , Lorraine had seemed trite , blurred, worn away.
昨天在饭店里,洛兰显得庸俗 、 堕落 、 衰老了.
The movie is teeming with obvious and trite ideas.
This, too, trite, but its inherent truth is undeniable.
这句话, 虽然老套, 但是其固有的道理是不容置疑的.
Your Inner Fish is, perhaps, a rather trite title for such a magisterial work.
It was spiritual, but it wasn't trite.
——英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
It is tempting to dismiss this trite formulation as a meaningless excuse for inaction.
The story is described as beautifully written but concerned with the trite theme of adolescent loneliness.
You reject everything that is garish and trite.
His remarks were trite and commonplace.
It is a trite simile to compare her teeth to pearls.
It costs not trite than 50 dollars.
It'sounds so trite, so Norman Vincent Peale, but my goodness this works.
Finally, It'sounds trite but the secret really is to keep talking.
This would seem so trite as to need no further elaboration.
It might sound trite, but your heart can sometimes lead you better than your mind.
1. repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse;
"his remarks were trite and commonplace"
"a stock answer"
"repeating threadbare jokes"
"parroting some timeworn axiom"
"the trite metaphor `hard as nails'"
attrit 磨损的, 削弱的