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Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed:
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  1. Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed:
  2. In conformity with regular practice or procedure:
  3. Regularly or customarily used:
Overfamiliar through overuse; trite.
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  1. Overfamiliar through overuse; trite.
  2. Made trite by overuse
  3. Repeated too often.
Not evoking interest because of overuse or repetition; hackneyed.
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  1. Not evoking interest because of overuse or repetition; hackneyed.
  2. Worn out by constant use; no longer having freshness, originality, or novelty; stale
Of the world; esp., worldly, as distinguished from heavenly, spiritual, etc.
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  1. Of the world; esp., worldly, as distinguished from heavenly, spiritual, etc.
  2. Commonplace, everyday, ordinary, etc.
  3. Relating to, characteristic of, or concerned with commonplaces; ordinary.
A statement that is obviously true or that is often presented as true:
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  1. A statement that is obviously true or that is often presented as true:
  2. A statement the truth of which is obvious or well known; commonplace
  3. A self-evident or obvious truth.
(Uncountable) The state or quality of being trite.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state or quality of being trite.
  2. (Countable) The result or product of being trite.
A claim that is trivially true, to the point of being uninteresting.
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  1. A claim that is trivially true, to the point of being uninteresting.
  2. A trite or banal remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant.
  3. An often-quoted saying that is supposed to be meaningful but has become unoriginal or hackneyed through overuse; a cliché.
Usual or ordinary in kind or character:
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  1. Usual or ordinary in kind or character:
  2. A number, especially the arithmetic mean, that is derived from and considered typical or representative of a set of numbers.
  3. Intermediate in value, rate, etc.; hence, normal or ordinary
Widespread; prevalent:
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  1. Widespread; prevalent:
  2. Widely existing; general; prevalent
  3. Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
Not limited to or dealing with one class of things; diversified:
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  1. Not limited to or dealing with one class of things; diversified:
  2. Existing or occurring extensively; common; widespread
  3. Being usually the case; true or applicable in most instances but not all:
Designating or of a solution which contains an amount of the dissolved substance chemically equivalent to one gram atom of hydrogen per liter of solution
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  1. Designating or of a solution which contains an amount of the dissolved substance chemically equivalent to one gram atom of hydrogen per liter of solution
  2. Conforming with, adhering to, or constituting a norm, standard, pattern, level, or type; typical:
  3. Conforming with or constituting an accepted standard, model, or pattern; esp., corresponding to the median or average of a large group in type, appearance, achievement, function, development, etc.; natural; usual; standard; regular
Customary; usual; regular; normal
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  1. Customary; usual; regular; normal
  2. Occurring in the usual course of events; usual and normal.
  3. Familiar; unexceptional; common; average
Of the nature of, constituting, or serving as a type; emblematic.
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  1. Of the nature of, constituting, or serving as a type; emblematic.
  2. Conforming with what usually happens:
  3. Having or showing the characteristics, qualities, etc. of a kind, class, or group so fully as to be a representative example
Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed:
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  1. Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed:
  2. In conformity with regular practice or procedure:
  3. Such as is in common or ordinary use; such as is most often seen, heard, used, etc.; common; ordinary; customary
Being intermediate between extremes, as on a scale:
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  1. Being intermediate between extremes, as on a scale:
  2. Intermediate in value, rate, etc.; hence, normal or ordinary
  3. A number, especially the arithmetic mean, that is derived from and considered typical or representative of a set of numbers.
Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint:
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  1. Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint:
  2. Widespread; prevalent:
  3. Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
(Idiomatic) decided, set, settled, not open to change
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  1. (Idiomatic) decided, set, settled, not open to change
  2. (Idiomatic) simple, straightforward, clear, or certain
  3. Ordinary; routine:
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  1. Closely following a formula or predictable pattern; imitative, not original.
  2. Consisting of, or made or expressed according to, a formula or formulas
Ordinary; commonplace
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  1. Ordinary; commonplace
  2. Of, suitable to, or used in a garden:
  3. Provided with open areas and greenery:
Ordinary; commonplace
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  1. Ordinary; commonplace
  2. Common; unremarkable:
  3. (Idiomatic) Ordinary, common, or unexceptional.
Capable of developing in various ways, as the cells of an embryo that are not yet specialized; undifferentiated
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  1. Capable of developing in various ways, as the cells of an embryo that are not yet specialized; undifferentiated
  2. Not particularly good or bad, large or small, right or wrong, etc.; fair, average, etc.
  3. Having no particular interest or concern; apathetic:
Of ordinary or undistinguished quality.
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  1. Of ordinary or undistinguished quality.
  2. Neither very good nor very bad; ordinary; average
(Law) Having direct authority to decide a case, rather than being delegated that power, as a judge.
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  1. (Law) Having direct authority to decide a case, rather than being delegated that power, as a judge.
  2. Relatively poor or inferior; below average
  3. Familiar; unexceptional; common; average
Not of high rank or position; such as characterizes the common people; ordinary
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  1. Not of high rank or position; such as characterizes the common people; ordinary
  2. An extensive, relatively level area of land. Plains are present on all continents except Antarctica and are most often located in the interior regions. Because they can occur at almost any altitude or latitude, plains can be humid and forested, semiarid and grass-covered, or arid.
  3. Common in rank or station; average; ordinary:
Having the nature of, using, or by routine
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  1. Having the nature of, using, or by routine
  2. Habitual; regular:
  3. Ordinary with nothing to distinguish it from all the others.
Alternative spelling of run-of-the-mill.
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  1. Alternative spelling of run-of-the-mill.
  2. (Idiomatic) ordinary; not special.
  3. Not special; ordinary; average
Serving as or conforming to an established or accepted measurement or value:
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  1. Serving as or conforming to an established or accepted measurement or value:
  2. Acceptable but of less than top quality:
  3. Normal, familiar, or usual:
A plant or stem onto which a graft is made.
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  1. A plant or stem onto which a graft is made.
  2. Kept regularly in stock:
  3. Of the nature of something kept in stock; common, ordinary, hackneyed, or trite
  1. Not distinguished.
  2. Not separated from others into categories.
  3. Marked by no peculiar quality; not distinguished; ordinary:
Not varying from a norm; usual.
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  1. Not varying from a norm; usual.
  2. Not subject to exceptions; absolute.
  3. Not exceptional; not uncommon or unusual; ordinary
  1. Not remarkable.
  2. Lacking distinction; ordinary.
Drearily commonplace and often predictable; trite:
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  1. Drearily commonplace and often predictable; trite:
  2. Dull or stale as because of overuse; trite; hackneyed; commonplace
Trite or dull
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  1. Trite or dull
  2. Stale, trite, or commonplace through overuse; clichéd:
Containing corn; tasting well of malt.
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  1. Containing corn; tasting well of malt.
  2. Hackneyed or excessively sentimental.
  3. (Informal) Unsophisticated, old-fashioned, trite, sentimental, etc.
Overfamiliar through overuse; trite.
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  1. Overfamiliar through overuse; trite.
  2. Made trite by overuse
  3. Repeated too often.
Stale or moldy in odor or taste.
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  1. Stale or moldy in odor or taste.
  2. Stale or trite; worn-out; antiquated
  3. Out of use or practice; rusty.
(Of a word or phrase) hackneyed or clichéd
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  1. (Of a word or phrase) hackneyed or clichéd
  2. Used too much, or too often
Being subjected to too much work
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  1. Being subjected to too much work
Drab, dull, trite, etc.
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  1. Drab, dull, trite, etc.
  2. Used, as a sample item in a retail store
  3. Not fresh; tired or cliché
(Law) Having lost legal force or effect through lack of use or action, as a claim or lien
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  1. (Law) Having lost legal force or effect through lack of use or action, as a claim or lien
  2. Out of condition, ineffective, enervated, bored, etc. from either too much or too little activity
  3. Lacking originality or spontaneity:
Relating to stereotypy:
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  1. Relating to stereotypy:
  2. Unoriginal; stereotypical.
  3. Lacking originality, creativity, or individuality.
Of, pertaining to or characteristic of a stereotype; stereotypical
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  1. Of, pertaining to or characteristic of a stereotype; stereotypical
Hackneyed; trite
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  1. Hackneyed; trite
  2. Pertaining to a stereotype; conventional
  3. Banal, commonplace and clichéd because of overuse
Having the nap worn down so that the filling or warp threads show through; frayed or shabby:
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  1. Having the nap worn down so that the filling or warp threads show through; frayed or shabby:
  2. That has lost freshness or novelty; stale
  3. (Of a person) wearing clothes of threadbare material
  1. Trite or banal; overused or hackneyed
  2. Used too often; trite:
  3. Showing the effects of wear due to long use
Impatient; bored:
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  1. Impatient; bored:
  2. Exhausted of strength or energy; fatigued.
  3. Overused; hackneyed:
Not evoking interest because of overuse or repetition; hackneyed.
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  1. Not evoking interest because of overuse or repetition; hackneyed.
  2. Worn out by constant use; no longer having freshness, originality, or novelty; stale
(Of cooked food) reheated
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  1. (Of cooked food) reheated
  2. Warmed up; reheated:
  3. Presented again, without freshness or significant change
Carried or worn in a becoming manner:
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  1. Carried or worn in a becoming manner:
  2. Overused; trite
  3. Showing signs of much wear or use.
No longer effective, usable, or serviceable due to wear or overuse
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  1. No longer effective, usable, or serviceable due to wear or overuse
  2. Exhausted or fatigued from exertion.
  3. Exhausted; tired out
Something that is trite, obvious, or predictable; a commonplace.
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  1. Something that is trite, obvious, or predictable; a commonplace.
  2. The condition or quality of being banal; triviality.
Potassium bromide, KBr, used in medicine as a sedative
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  1. Potassium bromide, KBr, used in medicine as a sedative
  2. A compound in which bromine is combined with a certain element, radical, etc., as silver bromide or methyl bromide
  3. Potassium bromide.
A trite or banal remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant.
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  1. A trite or banal remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant.
  2. A commonplace, flat, or dull quality, as in speech or writing
  3. An often-quoted saying that is supposed to be meaningful but has become unoriginal or hackneyed through overuse; a cliché.
A conventional, formulaic, and oversimplified conception, opinion, or image.
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  1. A conventional, formulaic, and oversimplified conception, opinion, or image.
  2. One that is regarded as embodying or conforming to a set image or type.
  3. (Printing) A metal printing plate cast from a matrix molded from a raised printing surface, such as type.
  1. A self-evident or obvious truth.
  2. A statement that is obviously true or that is often presented as true:
  3. A statement the truth of which is obvious or well known; commonplace
A pattern of behavior considered acceptable or proper by a social group:
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  1. A pattern of behavior considered acceptable or proper by a social group:
  2. A standard or expectation that is established for a given enterprise or effort:
  3. A standard of conduct that should or must be followed
A cleric, such as the residential bishop of a diocese, with ordinary jurisdiction over a specified territory.
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  1. A cleric, such as the residential bishop of a diocese, with ordinary jurisdiction over a specified territory.
  2. (Law) A judge with direct authority as opposed to delegated authority to decide a case.
  3. The usual or normal condition or course of events:
A generalized statement that describes what is true in most or all cases:
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  1. A generalized statement that describes what is true in most or all cases:
  2. An established or prescribed standard for action; an authoritative principal; the general norm for conduct in a specific kind of situation; a principle, standard, or regulation that governs the internal workings of a court or an agency. An established or prescribed standard for action; an authoritative principal; the general norm for conduct in a specific kind of situation; a principle, standard, or regulation that governs the internal workings of a court or an agency.
  3. A statute or regulation governing the court process:
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