Definition of clichéd in English:

clichéd

Syllabification: cli·chéd
Pronunciation: /klēˈSHād, kli-, ˈklēˌSHād
 
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(also cliched)

adjective

Showing a lack of originality; based on frequently repeated phrases or opinions: the clichéd storytelling lacks that vital spark
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  • For too many players on the pitch, the clichéd phrase of just trying to treat it like any other game had obviously been taken to heart.
  • In its less stellar moments, the songwriting can be a bit of a yawn-fest with cliched choruses that are repeated ad nauseam.
  • There's a touch of charm, but the cliched storytelling lacks that vital spark to send it soaring above the obligatory half-term movies.

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