Sentence Examples

  • The article was filled with platitudes about the systematic character of the industrial economy.
  • Drowned out not just by the violent protest but also by the bland platitudes of the world supposed "leaders."
  • Asked about tax policy, George was only able to mouth platitudes about being in principle in favor of low taxes.
  • Jack for his part promised no certainties, having too much respect for Joey to offer platitudes.
  • While Gordon Brown spouts platitudes about the challenge from the Far East, taxes in Britain are already rising to a 24-year high.