Example sentences for: platitudes

How can you use “platitudes” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • It seems especially stupid for the administration to spew platitudes about the panel's mission of healing if its intention was to push one side of a contentious debate.

  • Most are platitudes of high banality: "Every ending is a new beginning."

  • My friend W. G. (Lord) Runciman, the businessman and sociologist at Trinity (quite a combination), calls it "recycled platitudes."

  • After uttering the usual platitudes about how The New Yorker is the best magazine in the business, Tina became farklempt as she pronounced, "I love you all."

  • Politicians and journalists pretend to explain this through a series of platitudes, none of which are convincing.


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