clichéd

[klee-sheyd, kli-]
adjective
1.
full of or characterized by clichés: a clichéd, boring speech.
2.
representing or expressing a cliché or stereotype; trite; hackneyed; commonplace: the old clichéd argument that girls are more affectionate than boys.

Origin:
1925–30; cliché + -ed3

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cliché (ˈkliːʃeɪ)
 
n
1.  a word or expression that has lost much of its force through overexposure, as for example the phrase: it's got to get worse before it gets better
2.  an idea, action, or habit that has become trite from overuse
3.  chiefly (Brit) printing a stereotype or electrotype plate
 
[C19: from French, from clicher to stereotype; imitative of the sound made by the matrix when it is dropped into molten metal]
 
'clichéd
 
adj
 
'cliché'd
 
adj

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Example sentences
The country needs leadership, not more of the same vested interests hidden
  under cliched rhetoric.
The key is to embrace the cliched spirit of the genre while still stopping
  short of corny.
Instead, your condescending and cliched generalizations exemplify the alleged
  weaknesses you claim for the article.
It's mindless entertainment, the show is so cliched and predictable that it
  would be foolish to even treat it as a sci-fi show.
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