Definition of tritely in English:

tritely

adverb

  • See trite

    • ‘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.‘’
    • ‘It can rightly, if tritely, be called a hinge-event in human history.’
    • ‘‘It should remind us of safety in the workplace,’ he tritely told his audience.’
    • ‘That sounds tritely obvious, but in this case ‘differently ‘was so radically different that it is hard to even put into words.’’
    • ‘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.’

Pronunciation

tritely

/ˈtrʌɪtli/