word of the day: platitude

platitude: noun. meaningless, trite or banal  statement presented as profound, original or meaningful. I have also heard it used more often to suggest that people are saying whatever is necessary to smooth the passage of their point by disarming your ability to critique.


~ by maoctopus on November 24, 2010.

One Response to “word of the day: platitude”

  1. Platitude is my favorite Misfits songs.

    “Platitude! You got some fucking platitude! I can’t believe what you say to me you got some platitude!”

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