Use Cliche in a Sentence?

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The word cliche has many different meanings and some of them are a trite, stereotyped expression, a sentence or phrase usually expressing a popular or common idea or thought, has lost originality, ingenuity, and impact by long over use. This word is a noun because they are talking about a thing and a noun is a person, place, or thing. This is used by many different people in many different cultures as well. This word can be used in different ways as well.
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A cliche is a trite, stereotyped expression; a sentence or phrase, usually expressing a popular or common thought or idea, that has lost originality, ingenuity, and impact by long
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Crying over spilled milk is so cliche.
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Best answer as selected by question asker. Here are a few ways in which to rewrite this sentence. However, I would say that the sentence as it stands is perfectly fine. If you want
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