Cliches Report

“A common expression that is straightforward, basic, and uninspired is known as platitude. Because they don’t want to be accused of being overly simplistic or simplifying complex subjects, authors and presenters typically steer clear of clichés.

Cliched statements known as platitudes tend to simplify complex issues rather than fully explore them.

The report on the Manuscript’s Platitude will contain a list of all the overused terms and expressions that may be found in the text or book. The ability to identify and track the frequency of cliches will be available to users. Users can find out what each cliché term in the report means by picking it in the results. A word count or a number of lines will also be included in the report.
Finding overused words and phrases that distract from the reading experience is the main purpose of this application. When creating a book, such terms and phrases must be completely avoided.”


Open up your book to the page you want to check. Use your mouse to highlight the text you want to convert.


Please find “Cliches” in the last row on bottom left corner of the screen.


Once the user clicks on “Cliches”, will start running report automatically and once it finishes loading it will show results on the right side of the screen.