What is another word for verbalisms?

Pronunciation: [vˈɜːbəlˌɪzəmz] (IPA)

Verbalisms are expressions or phrases used in conversation that can be overused or redundant. There are various synonyms for the term "verbalisms" such as cliches, platitudes, truisms, commonplaces, and banalities. These synonyms indicate a lack of originality or creativity in language use and can often convey a sense of dullness or monotony in speech. To avoid the use of verbalisms, one can opt for more precise and unique language, using figure of speech or creative metaphors to add interest to the conversation. By doing so, you can enhance your communication and avoid sounding repetitive or robotic.

What are the hypernyms for Verbalisms?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Verbalisms

Why do you think I interrupted my search for her, and risked my carnate existence, to fight those people over a matter of verbalisms and political propaganda?"
"Last Enemy"
Henry Beam Piper
Alexina had grown skillful in eluding the reckless verbalisms of love, but when one is packed into a small motor car with a determined man, desperately in love, one might as well try to wave aside the whirlwind.
"The Sisters-In-Law"
Gertrude Atherton

Famous quotes with Verbalisms

  • The point is, your request for a lawyer comes about two hundred years too late to be meaningful. The verbalisms lag behind the facts. Nevertheless, you shall have a lawyer—or a lollipop, whichever you prefer, after I am through questioning you. If I were you, I’d take the lollipop. More nourishing.
    Robert A. Heinlein

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