Use Trite in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective] unoriginal, now new; dull and boring;
That website is boring and full of trite jokes without any substance.
The president’s remarks sounded trite and ill-informed.
these ‘news’ stories are decidedly useless and trite, as they are inherently one sided.
All of those arguments seem so trite these days — to the point of irrelevance.
Although a little trite, the exhibition succeeds the most at showcasing a variety of stories from which people can form their own judgments.
In both countries, the media tossed about the trite term “historic” as a means to cushion the discomfort of the predominantly nationalist electorate.
Hoyle calls this story “trite” and “cliched”, however.