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- adj. Alternative spelling of clichéd.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. repeated regularly without thought or originality.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. repeated regularly without thought or originality
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Not because they're cliches, although one may see them used in cliched ways.
The message of the movie -- and its makers admit it sounds "corny" and "cliched" -- is one of connection.
Who can deny Stephen Lang was one fantastic bad ass however 'cliched' he might have been and I loved Sam Worthington's gentle, subtle style of acting.
But the term I'd add is "cliched," because the most ridiculous piece of "journalism" on offer is this article, cited by Chittum, penned by "reporter" Tom Seslar.
So, when this band started, for various reasons, we'd become very disinterested in what we found to be the, you know, kind of cliched ways of playing guitar and playing drums.
I put that in quotes because I actually find him kind of cliched, but he is very talented.
The leading story, "Moon Race" by Ben Bova falls into the "cliched" category.
We had left behind the kind of cliched left politics that we'd had, and suddenly we found ourselves in Washington, and found ourselves dealing with human beings rather than cardboard cut-out figures.
It's kind of cliched, but it's also accurate now that I've been doing it for years.
After singing 'Love Is A Battlefield', Simon says she has a "good voice" but her rockstar look is "cliched".