everydayness

NOUN
  1. ordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
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How To Use everydayness In A Sentence

  • They are not about celebrity, but of everydayness and how that can be special. Times, Sunday Times
  • So the whole ritual is a sublimated performance in glittering vestments and ceremonial gestures which transform everydayness into a quasi-encounter with the otherworldly.
  • Beckenham returned to its starchy everydayness. Times, Sunday Times
  • For all its wry stance, the book is at heart a celebration of everydayness. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have argued that the previous posts on everydayness outlined a social ontology or metaphysics of being.
  • The "everydayness" of the characters is intensified by the clever casting of the movie. Globe and Mail
  • Although this kind of evils are tamed and everydayness, they can motivate all the kinds of evils hidden in human's appetency.
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