Noun(1) a trite or obvious remark
Adjective(1) completely ordinary and unremarkable(2) not challenging; dull and lacking excitement(3) repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
(1) This approach in Chinese cinema, however, was entirely absent from the films screened in Sydney, which were bland and artistically commonplace works.(2) None of the others had noticed the little scene; it was an event too commonplace to mark.(3) I thought they approved of that sort of thing - indeed, they want such scenes to be a commonplace in Her Majesty's Forces.(4) With all these commonplace conventions, what is it that makes the file outstanding?(5) Matches between female boxers have become a commonplace - if not widely accepted - part of the sport.(6) The most commonplace events are also opportunities, life-determining choices made or not made.(7) The latter, a commonplace in the West, is a new concept for the Japanese.(8) He advocated that literature should record the writer's affectionate response to ordinary phenomena and commonplace happenings.(9) Alas, its open expression is now a commonplace .(10) This is perfectly possible for even an ordinary club level sailor - it is quite commonplace not to have to qualify for an event.(11) These types of self-congratulatory remarks are commonplace and formulaic.(12) Human rights violations are not some sort of other worldly event, they are sometimes very commonplace .(13) Like it or not, sponsorship deals between companies and the athletic teams are very commonplace not only in the world of pro sports but at SFU as well.(14) It has become a commonplace for playwrights to require actors to play several different parts, and at times a mere two actors is all that is needed to portray several dozen characters.(15) Answer: This is a commonplace at a badly run lab.(16) Peace would be all too commonplace and boring, not to mention that it couldn't possibly involve the kind of firepower you're accustomed to.
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Different Formscommonplace, commonplaces
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