Commonplace synonyms

kŏm'ən-plās'
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Regularly or customarily used:
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Made trite by overuse
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Worn out by constant use; no longer having freshness, originality, or novelty; stale
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Tedious; repetitive and boring
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A statement that is obviously true or that is often presented as true:
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(Countable) The result or product of being trite.
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Having no special designation, status, or rank:
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Not unusual or extreme; ordinary
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Not clear or resonant:
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(Heraldry) A sentence, phrase, or word, forming part of an heraldic achievement.
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Something that is trite, obvious, or predictable; a commonplace.
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A daily means a newspaper that comes out every day.
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(Rare) the ordinary or routine day or occasion
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The grounds at the front or back of a house.
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Humdrum talk, routine, etc.; monotony
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The prevailing current of thought, influence, or activity:
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The usual or normal condition or course of events:
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A broad, level expanse, such as an area of the sea floor or a lunar mare.
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Urine, as of horses or cattle
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(Obsolete) Any of the three liberal arts forming the trivium.
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The definition of exceptional is someone or something that is high above average or someone who needs special educational help because of mental or physical challenges.
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The definition of rare is something that exists in limited quantities, that is unusually good, or meat that is not cooked until it is well done.
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Strange; remarkable; extraordinary
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The definition of unusual is something rare or out of the ordinary.
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Situated or placed at rather wide intervals, as in time or space:
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(Dated) One's own; belonging solely or especially to an individual; not shared or possessed by others.
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Neither very good nor very bad; rated somewhere in the middle of all others in the same category.
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Being usually the case; true or applicable in most instances but not all:
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Relating to or characterized by average intelligence or development.
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Conforming to a type:
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(Idiomatic) decided, set, settled, not open to change
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Consisting of, or made or expressed according to, a formula or formulas
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Ordinary; commonplace
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Not caring or concerned; uninterested, apathetic.
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Of ordinary or undistinguished quality.
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Ordinary with nothing to distinguish it from all the others.
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Alternative spelling of run-of-the-mill.
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Of a usable or serviceable grade or quality.
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Kept regularly in stock:
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Not separated from others into categories.
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Not subject to exceptions; absolute.
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Stale, banal, clichéd
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Without freshness or appeal because of overuse
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(Obsolete) Strong, stiff, or hard, like a horn; resembling horn.
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The definition of musty is having a moldy, stale or damp smell.
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(Of a word or phrase) hackneyed or clichéd
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Being subjected to too much work
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Without freshness or appeal because of overuse
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Characterised by cliches or platitudes.
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Worn-out, as from overuse; trite:
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Of, pertaining to or characteristic of a stereotype; stereotypical
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Wearing old, worn clothes; shabby
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Hackneyed; trite
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The definition of tired is being bored with something, or something that has become stale or being fatigued and in need of rest.
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Not new, fresh, or spontaneous; stale.
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Overused; trite
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Damaged due to hard or continued use or exposure until no longer useful or effective.
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A compound, such as potassium bromide, containing bromine and another element or radical.
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A fixed or conventional notion or conception, as one regarding a social or ethnic group
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A way of behaving that is typical of a certain group
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The definition of a rule is an official regulation, code of regulations or set practice.
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Unexpected.
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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Without freshness or appeal because of overuse
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Alternative form of unglamorous.
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Well-known or familiar to the point of being trite or commonplace
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A person or character whose behavior is predictable or superficial:
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