• Definition for "banal"
    • Drearily prevalent and sometimes predictable; trite: "Blunt language…
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    • I found it impossibly hard, and…
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    • Boring. Overfamiliar through overuse. Bromidic.
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banal definition

  • adjective:
    • Drearily prevalent and sometimes predictable; trite: "Blunt language are unable to hide a banal conception” ( James Wolcott).
    • Common in a boring method, to the point of being foreseeable; containing absolutely nothing brand new or fresh.
    • Commonplace; trivial; hackneyed; trite.
    • duplicated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
    • Drearily prevalent and often foreseeable; trite: "Blunt language are unable to hide a banal conception” ( James Wolcott).
    • Common in a boring way, to the level to be predictable; containing absolutely nothing brand new or fresh.
    • Commonplace; insignificant; hackneyed; trite.
    • duplicated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
  • others:
    • Subject to manorial legal rights; utilized in common: because, a banal mill or range. See banality.
    • Common; commonplace; hackneyed; trite; stale.
    • Of or related to a ban, or provincial governor: as, the royal banal judge at Agram. See ban.
    • susceptible to manorial legal rights; utilized in common: as, a banal mill or oven. See banality.
    • Common; prevalent; hackneyed; trite; stale.
    • Of or pertaining to a ban, or provincial governor: as, the royal banal courtroom at Agram. See ban.
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