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What are some examples of a cliche?

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September 28, 2015 1:47AM

Cliche is an expression that has become stale from too much use.

Examples:

As light as a feather

As bright as the sun

Many hands make light work.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.

live and learn.

what goes around comes around.

every cloud has a silver lining.

break a leg.

it's raining cats and dogs.

break a leg.

it could be worse.

time will tell

all is fair in love and war

haste makes waste

life is unfair

when you have lemons, make lemonade.

opposites attract.

A fire station burning down.

As old as the hills.

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opposites attract. A fire station burning down. Or.. in poetry terms... the deffinition would be: an expression that has become stale from too much use. EX. As old as the hills.