Sunday, April 23, 2006

Cliché: when all is said and done

Meaning: when everything possible has been covered. Idiom.
Rewrite 1: when everyone is finished
pickingtv3b it to death
Rewrite 2: when you’ve
exhausted the last option3
Rewrite 3: when the saying is said and the doing is done
Rewrite 4: in the

Comment: This cliché said it pretty well, so coming up with something clever may be difficult. I’d like to see what you can do with it.

More reading about clichés
What I found when I
googled “clichés”:
Study Skills Writing: “Some examples of common clichés are highlighted below: How would you rewrite the examples to eliminate these clichés?”

Note: By providing links to other websites I am only showing you what is out there about clichés – I am not endorsing any content or opinion expressed there.

Check out the searchable
alphabetical list of all my cliché rewrites available in the archive list at the right.

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