Definition of tritely in English:

tritely

adverb

  • See trite

    • ‘‘It should remind us of safety in the workplace,’ he tritely told his audience.’
    • ‘Since this is a story about human unknowability, there can be no easy conclusions, no fortuitous ending, and certainly no release for George or Sarah from what you might tritely call their individual prisons.’
    • ‘It can rightly, if tritely, be called a hinge-event in human history.’
    • ‘That sounds tritely obvious, but in this case ‘differently ‘was so radically different that it is hard to even put into words.’’
    • ‘All you get's a sad love story about a pocket killer and an adoring waitress who tritely sings ‘I don't care what he's done.‘’

Pronunciation

tritely

/ˈtrʌɪtli/