Bathos In A Sentence

Definition of Bathos

Overdone or treacly attempts to inspire pathos. | (now uncommon) Depth. | (literature, the arts) Risible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing to

How To Use Bathos In A Sentence?

  • There may be a still deeper descent; but that is bathos sufficient for any lover of his species.
  • But the actual descriptions of the process in the Reimerdes case smack more of bathos than terror.
  • For that brief flash the reporter had been lifted out of his bathos and tawdriness into a clearer element.
  • Two gentlemen who had all but reached the smug bathos of a mutual admiration society turned astonished eyes at the intruder.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Bathos | Bathos Sentence

  • The answer is somewhere between bathos and pathos.
  • And it had sounded like bathos or sacrilege.
  • That's the true bathos to have done with them.

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