Definition of Bromidic

1. Adjective. Given to uttering bromides.

Partainyms: Bromide



2. Adjective. Dull and tiresome but with pretensions of significance or originality. "Bromidic sermons"
Exact synonyms: Corny, Platitudinal, Platitudinous
Similar to: Unoriginal
Derivative terms: Corn, Platitude

Definition of Bromidic

1. Adjective. stale, banal, clichéd ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bromidic

1. commonplace; trite [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bromidic

bromellite
bromeosin
bromes
bromethalin
bromhexine
bromhexine hydrochloride
bromhidrosis
bromian
bromic
bromic acid
bromid
bromide
bromide acne
bromides
bromidic (current term)
bromidrosiphobia
bromidrosis
bromids
bromin
brominate
brominated
brominates
brominating
bromination
brominations
bromindione
bromine
bromine compounds
bromine hydride

Literary usage of Bromidic

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1. Burgess Unabridged: A New Dictionary of Words You Have Always Needed by Gelett Burgess (1906)
""You may estimate your capacity for the Comic," says Meredith—and the statement might be applied as well to the bromidic—"by being able to detect the ..."

2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1921)
"The public is a bromide, being born bromidic. falling in love with the bromidic, dying bromidic, and the public likes good stories with the bromidic ..."

3. The American Amateur Photographer (1906)
"The man who repeats it, now it has been drawn to the world's attention and become an obvious fact, is hopelessly bromidic. The writer's own choice of terms ..."

4. The Visioning: A Novel by Susan Glaspell (1911)
""Until about an hour ago I wanted to marry—oh for the most bromidic of reasons. Just because, in the natural course of events, it seemed the next thing for ..."

5. Experts in City Government by Edward Augustus Fitzpatrick (1919)
"Essay Statements, bromidic Comments and Quotations.—A striking example of inexpert publicity by experts is afforded by the latest annual report of the ..."

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