bromidic bromidic


  1. (adj) given to uttering bromides
  2. (adj) dull and tiresome but with pretensions of significance or originality


  1. Replete with bromidic sentiments, glittering with luxuries and unlikely incident, Beauty and the Beast is extremely likely cinema material.
  2. But that didn't mean that the public sessions and backstage consultations were entirely serene and bromidic.
  3. Platitudinous, innocuous as may be most commencement speeches Vice President Dawes observed not the bromidic tradition.


  • Age And Mortality, Mournful Notes In A Familiar 'Song'

    Vanessa Redgrave and Terence Stamp anchor a bighearted if ultimately bromidic look at a couple faced with a diagnosis of terminal cancer — and the music that helps both of them come to terms with it.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: NPR

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