6 edition of A Plethora of Platitudes found in the catalog.
by Writers Club Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||124|
There is a plethora of such books, which promise to help a person overcome the tough situations in life and sail through smoothly. Especially in our modern times, where publishing a book has become as easy as ordering a product online, there is a rise in the number of authors who promise to improve your life by offering some quick-fix solutions Reviews: K. platitude (n.) , "dullness, insipidity of thought, triteness," from French platitude "flatness, vapidness" (late 17c.), from Old French plat "flat" (see plateau (n.)); formed on analogy of latitude, etc. Meaning "a flat, dull, trite, or commonplace remark," especially a truism uttered as if it were a novelty, is recorded from Related: Platitudinous ().
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Classifications Dewey Decimal Class / Library of Congress PSL P57 a political speech full of platitudes and empty promises Word Origin early 19th cent.: from French, from plat ‘flat’. See platitude in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary.
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A Plethora of Platitudes: A Collection of Cliches and an Assortment of Adages by Jay Smith (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats /5(2). Jay J. Smith, A Plethora of Platitudes: A collection of cliches and an assortment of adages, Writers Club Press (self-published), ISBN ; James A. Chapman, Handbook of Grammar and Composition. Pensacola, FL: Beka Book Publications, Read "A Plethora of Platitudes A Collection of Cliches and an Assortment of Adages" by Jay J.
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A Plethora of Platitudes: A Collection of Cliches and an Assortment of Adages Paperback – July 1 by Jay J Smith (Compiler) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(2). The book contains a plethora of platitudes, but the frequent references to military history too often sound vacuous, as if coming from an undergraduate who recites but does not really understand.
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He delivered a long prose full of platitudes. We shall have to listen to more platitudes about the dangers of overspending. He was seen on TV delivering platitudes about the crisis in a monotone voice.
He was mouthin. platitude meaning: 1. a remark or statement that may be true but is boring and has no meaning because it has been said.
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Alpha Books, ) "His subjects are intriguing, but Coles is embarrassingly conventional and unreflective. He writes in platitudes (about 'life's ironies,' 'the dilemmas of our time,' 'the richest nation in the world,' people's 'darker side,' Freud's 'superior cast of mind,' etc.)." (William White, The Library Journal Book Review, ).
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Synonyms for platitude at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for platitude. Her prescription for “the way forward” involves no policy recommendations—though she does suggest “more diverse representation in government”—but rather a plethora of platitudes.
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Platitude definition is - the quality or state of being dull or insipid. How to use platitude in a sentence. Trey Ellis, Author Vintage Books USA $9 (p) ISBN A Plethora of Platitudes: A Collection of Cliches and an Assortment of Adages. by Jay Smith. ISBN () › Find signed collectible books: 'A Plethora of Platitudes: A Collection of Cliches and an Assortment of Adages'.This said, I am an ardent believer that a friend (virtual or otherwise) ought to express the truth as they see it rather than to enter into the emotional bondage of expressing a plethora of platitudes without first using their God given ability to read a book with discriminating thought prior to passing a .