unexceptional

[ UK /ˌʌnɛksˈɛpʃənə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not special in any way; lacking distinction
    run-of-the-mill boxing
    your run-of-the-mine college graduate
    a unexceptional an incident as can be found in a lawyer's career
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How To Use unexceptional In A Sentence

  • Since then, Michael has lived an unexceptional life.
  • It is a reasonable yet unexceptional story that will please fans. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thus I have arrived at this conclusion: society has no further need for this unexceptional photography, but rather something that can shake people to the core.
  • His remarks really should have been quite unexceptional.
  • Musically, everything is absolutely fine, in a middle-of-the-road, unexceptional sort of way.
  • Since then, Michael has lived an unexceptional life.
  • Such language is unexceptional in prosperous countries that look at the United States on an almost equal footing economically.
  • Police conduct would not amount to improper entrapment where it did no more than present the defendant with an unexceptional opportunity to commit a crime.
  • On the broad canvas of presidential trade policy, Obama's decision is unexceptional, " says Doug Irwin, a trade historian at Dartmouth College.
  • On the broad canvas of presidential trade policy, Obama's decision is unexceptional, " says Doug Irwin, a trade historian at Dartmouth College.
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