Definition of cliché-ridden in English:

cliché-ridden

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(also cliche-ridden)

adjective

(Especially of a film or piece of writing) full of unoriginal or overused phrases or ideas: a cliché-ridden love-triangle melodrama the chairman offered the usual cliché-ridden statement to the media
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  • It's a cliche-ridden, preposterous mess, full of ludicrously obvious plot holes.
  • These days, I have less and less patience for the corny dialogue and cliche-ridden plots of most games.
  • Make no mistake about it, this is a cliché-ridden popcorn movie, but this time it's obvious the filmmakers intend it to be so.

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Word of the day anastrophe
Pronunciation: əˈnastrəfi
noun
the inversion of the usual order of words...