Generalities [noun]

Definition of Generalities:

vague notion

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Sentence/Example of Generalities:

"I cannot beat about in the dark and merely turn myself loose in pleasant generalities, Mr. Gwynne," he said, gravely.

They are generalities, and we should like, in view of what has to be told, something sharper and more detailed.

Watch for trailing relatives, dangling participles, and straggling generalities at the end of sentences.

Dangling participles, trailing relatives, and straggling generalities can find no chance to hang on to a periodic sentence.

He gave them the generalities which didn't sound like generalities.

In well-worded generalities something was promised to all the classes and parties of France.

There are other feelings concerned here than such amiable generalities as Joy, Pity, and Gratitude.

Here he was now leaving glittering generalities, and telling story after story of his mother's courage and her wisdom.

But a Prime Minister should never go beyond generalities about commerce, agriculture, peace, and general philanthropy.

If she waited a few moments he would get back to generalities, and then she would come out and say good-night.