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Definition of cliche:

  1. A proof impression of a die; a stereo- type cast from a woodcut; a negative.

Common misspellings for cliche:

clicque, clache, clitch, clichee, cliche, clishae, cleche, qliche, clichet, clishe.

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This graph shows how "cliche" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for cliche:

  1. Family feeling among them was not a tyranny but a religion, and in regard to Mesdames de Brecourt, de Cliche and de Douves what Gaston most feared was that he might seem to them not to love them enough. – The Reverberator by Henry James
  2. The Marquis de Cliche did his duty with his wife, who mopped the decks, as Susan said, for the occasion, and was entertained in the red- satin drawing- room by Mr. Dosson, Delia and Francie. – The Reverberator by Henry James
  3. Oughtn't Mr. Dosson perhaps to call personally, and not simply through the medium of the visits paid by his daughters to their wives, on Messieurs de Brecourt and de Cliche – The Reverberator by Henry James

Quotes for cliche:

  1. When you have to play a character that seems to be a relatively decent person and seems to be like yourself, I think the trick in that kind of character, so that you don't become a cliche, is to find where their weaknesses are.
  2. I think that anything that you do, any accomplishment that you make, you have to work for. And I've worked very hard in the last ten years of my life, definitely, and I can tell you that hard work pays off. It's not just a cliche.
  3. It is a cliche that most cliches are true, but then like most cliches, that cliche is untrue.
  4. I am against the whole cliche of the moment.
  5. It is a cliche these days to observe that the United States now possesses a global empire- different from Britain's and Rome's but an empire nonetheless.

Rhymes for cliche:

  1. bay, bey, bray, ca, cay, clay, day, de, dray, drey, fe, fey, flay, fray, frey, gray, grey, hay, jay, lay, lei, ley, may, mei, nay, ne, neigh, ney, pay, paye, pei, play, pray, prey, quay, ray, re, say, se, shay, slay, sleigh, spray, stay, stray, sway, tay, tray, trey, way, wei, weigh, whey, wy, yay, yea, ay, blay, brae, dey, fay, haye, hey, j, k, they, wey, wray, cray, che, kay, rey, shea, jae, rae, kaye, klay, daye, faye, graye, jaye, raye, gaye, maye, mae, ae, sta, sze, tae, dae, nej, waye, khe, mey, vey, saye, brey, gway, hwe, lait, quai;
  2. abbe, allay, array, astray, away, ballet, belay, beret, betray, bombay, bouquet, buffet, cache, cafe, calais, cathay, chalet, convey, crochet, croquet, da, decay, defray, delay, dismay, display, dossier, essay, filet, fillet, ga, ha, halfway, hooray, manet, millay, monet, moray, obey, okay, parquet, passe, portray, prepay, puree, purvey, repay, replay, risque, saute, soiree, sorbet, souffle, survey, today, toupee, valet, olay, jose, mccrea, rene, renee, beauvais, delray, macrae, gervais, hervey, levey, mckay, o'shea, ole, sergei, dk, oj, ek, nikkei, asay, carre, b-j, mcveigh, mackay, nisei, hurray, orsay;
  3. attache, cabaret, cabernet, dak, disarray, disobey, faberge, fiance, ira, lyonnais, monterey, monterrey, overplay, overstay, piaget, underplay, underway, perrier, uva, aaa, bouvier, ita, bua, jna, cea, bta, chevrolet, ekk, intraday;
  4. cabriolet, communique, naivete, noaa, asea, foia, ceta, hiaa;
  5. waga;
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