American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To use platitudes in speaking or writing.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To utter platitudes; make dull, stale, or insipid remarks.
- v. intransitive To utter one or more platitudes; to make obvious, trivial, or clichéd remarks concerning a topic.
- v. transitive To express as or reduce to one or more clichés or truisms.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To utter platitudes or truisms.
- v. utter platitudes
“His voice, according to Sadd, was "not good enough and not bad enough" to settle his fate, so he continued with the singing lessons he couldn't afford and, as I would platitudinize to his father, "after all, it's his life.”
“I could platitudinize like that (rather badly) in my 2nd-Grade essays.”
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