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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. Such as is in common or ordinary use; such as is most often seen, heard, used, etc.; common; ordinary; customary
One drink for each person in a gathering or group:
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  1. One drink for each person in a gathering or group:
  2. Round dance
  3. A complete course, succession, or series:
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
Based on custom or tradition rather than written law or contract.
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  1. Based on custom or tradition rather than written law or contract.
  2. Agreeing with, or established by, custom; established by common usage; conventional; habitual.
  3. In keeping with custom, or usage; usual; habitual
Usual; common
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  1. Usual; common
  2. Commonplace, ordinary
  3. Commonplace; ordinary:
Characterized by method; orderly; systematic
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  1. Characterized by method; orderly; systematic
  2. Orderly and systematic in habits or behavior:
  3. Arranged with regard to method; disposed in a suitable manner, or in a manner to illustrate a subject, or to facilitate practical observation.
One drink for each person in a gathering or group:
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  1. One drink for each person in a gathering or group:
  2. Round dance
  3. A complete course, succession, or series:
The aggregate of traditional poems or stories organized around a central theme or hero:
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  1. The aggregate of traditional poems or stories organized around a central theme or hero:
  2. A period of time within which a round of regularly recurring events or phenomena is completed
  3. A single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon:
A distinctive set of clothing or style of dressing, especially of a religious order.
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  1. A distinctive set of clothing or style of dressing, especially of a religious order.
  2. A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition:
  3. Characteristic appearance, form, or manner of growth, especially of a plant or crystal:
Athletic sports performed on a track, as running, hurdling, etc.
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  1. Athletic sports performed on a track, as running, hurdling, etc.
  2. Track and field.
  3. A path along which something moves; a course:
A dull routine
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  1. A dull routine
  2. A groove, furrow, or track, esp. one made in the ground by the passage of wheeled vehicles
  3. A fixed routine, procedure, line of conduct, thought or feeling (See also rutter)
A stationary exercise machine, typically with speed controls, handles, etc., consisting of a short, wide conveyor belt upon which a person walks or runs
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  1. A stationary exercise machine, typically with speed controls, handles, etc., consisting of a short, wide conveyor belt upon which a person walks or runs
  2. A kind of mill wheel turned by the weight of persons treading steps arranged around its circumference: formerly used as an instrument of prison discipline
  3. A piece of indoor sporting equipment used to allow for the motions of running or walking while staying in one place.
A specific grade or degree of pulverization, as of coffee beans:
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  1. A specific grade or degree of pulverization, as of coffee beans:
  2. Long, difficult, tedious work or study; drudgery
  3. (Informal) A laborious task, routine, or study:
A habitual way of doing something; settled routine
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  1. A habitual way of doing something; settled routine
  2. Any channel or rut cut or worn in a surface
  3. The spiral track cut into a phonograph record for the stylus to follow.
A brief amount of time; a moment:
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  1. A brief amount of time; a moment:
  2. (Chiefly British) A small coin:
  3. A matter being considered:
Familiar through use; usual; customary.
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  1. Familiar through use; usual; customary.
  2. Frequently practiced, used, or experienced; customary:
  3. Customary; usual; characteristic
Lasting for a long period of time or marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases:
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  1. Lasting for a long period of time or marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases:
  2. Of long duration; continuing:
  3. Relating to an illness or medical condition that is characterized by long duration or frequent recurrence. Diabetes and hypertension are chronic diseases.
Formed or acquired by continual use; done by habit or fixed as a habit; customary
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  1. Formed or acquired by continual use; done by habit or fixed as a habit; customary
  2. (Grammar) Designating an action or state that lasts for or is repeated over an extended duration, expressed in English by such means as the simple present tense ( She works downtown ) and the phrase used to ( A factory used to be located at that intersection ).
  3. Being so by habit:
Of or relating to the community as a whole; public:
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  1. Of or relating to the community as a whole; public:
  2. Widespread; prevalent:
  3. Unrefined or coarse in manner; vulgar:
Commonplace; ordinary:
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  1. Commonplace; ordinary:
  2. Appropriate for ordinary use, rather than for special occasions
  3. Usual; common
Having fair knowledge; acquainted:
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  1. Having fair knowledge; acquainted:
  2. Often encountered or seen:
  3. Well-known; common; ordinary
Constant; habitual
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  1. Constant; habitual
  2. Habitual or regular:
  3. Occurring or appearing quite often or at close intervals:
Orderly, even, or symmetrical:
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  1. Orderly, even, or symmetrical:
  2. (Ecclesiastical) Belonging to a religious order and bound by its rules:
  3. Customary, usual, or normal:
Spread or scattered over a considerable extent:
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  1. Spread or scattered over a considerable extent:
  2. Occurring or accepted widely:
  3. Affecting a large area (e.g. the entire land or body); broad in extent.
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:
Uninteresting; unremarkable:
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  1. Uninteresting; unremarkable:
  2. Neither new nor interesting; obvious or ordinary
  3. Ordinary; common:
  1. (Idiomatic) simple, straightforward, clear, or certain
  2. (Idiomatic) decided, set, settled, not open to change
  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:
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.
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