Cliches [noun]

Definition of Cliches:

overused, hackneyed phrase

Opposite/Antonyms of Cliches:


Sentence/Example of Cliches:

Von Schlichten described the situation succinctly, in an ancient and unprintable military cliche.

The beautiful casts of the French medals known to all electrotypers as Cliche moulds are in the alloy No. 3.

As the cliche goes, "With enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow."

First, Engraved plate or Cliche representing the ornament with which the edge is to be decorated.

Apart from the comfortable cliche in which she was seen enfolded, Sanchia pleased the eye.

Mme. de Cliche smiled at her at any rate and kissed her, as if in fact there could be no mistake.

Francie remembered now—she had forgotten it—Margaret de Cliche's having told her she meant to come again.

M. de Cliche fingered the points of his moustache; he diffused some powerful scent; his eyes were dreadful to Francie.

"If you mean Mr. Flack—I don't know what you mean," she said as composedly as possible to M. de Cliche.

Marguerite de Cliche exclaimed, giving a long moan of pain which ended in an incongruous laugh.