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How do you define Cliches? What are Cliches? An ideal free Educational Resource for Teachers, Students, Colleges and Schools for English Grammar terminology, other parts of speech and Literary Terms. The meaning is as follows:
|Definition of Cliches|
|English Grammar Definition|
A term for a trite or obvious remark , phrase, expression or idea that has been overused losing lost its originality through continual use. A hackneyed expression or situation. Also a literary device used in order to produce a specific effect on the reader.
Examples: "And they all lived happily ever after..." - "It was a dark and stormy night..."
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What is the Origin of Cliches?
What is the origin of the word? The word derives from the French word 'clicher' meaning to stereotype'.
Examples of Cliches
Additional examples of Cliches are as follows:
- "We're not laughing at you were laughing with you"
- "The quiet before the storm"
- "Getting to the top"
- "Out of the mouths of babes
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