Banalize



to render or make banal; trivialize:
Television has often been accused of banalizing even the most serious subjects.

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  • Banalities

    the condition or quality of being banal, or devoid of freshness or originality: the banality of everyday life. an instance of this: We sat around the dinner table exchanging banalities. n. 1861, triteness, from French banalité “banality, commonplace,” from banal (see banal).

  • Banality

    the condition or quality of being banal, or devoid of freshness or originality: the banality of everyday life. an instance of this: We sat around the dinner table exchanging banalities. n. 1861, triteness, from French banalité “banality, commonplace,” from banal (see banal).



  • Banalized

    to render or make banal; trivialize: Television has often been accused of banalizing even the most serious subjects.

  • Banally

    devoid of freshness or originality; hackneyed; trite: a banal and sophomoric treatment of courage on the frontier. adjective lacking force or originality; trite; commonplace adjective pertaining to a lord or ruler (banat) in Hungary, Croatia, and thereabouts Word Origin Serbo-Croatian ban ‘lord, ruler’ adj. “trite, commonplace,” 1840, from French banal, “belonging to a manor, common, […]



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