unextraordinary

unextraordinary

(ˌʌnɪkˈstrɔːdənrɪ)
adj
ordinary; mundane
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Can it be rendered a thing as unimaginative, as unextraordinary as to be merely human?
Uther, unextraordinary ungulate, usually unarticulate, unexpectedly uttered up ultimatums: utterances utterly unfeasible.
I can report that a) my face still looks disappointingly unextraordinary.
Their cotton wool lives are made of a long and painful chain of numerous unextraordinary "leaden" moments of non-being.
The process was shambolic but the board of unextraordinary gentlemen eventually made the correct call.
An unextraordinary example brought to my attention was an extended three-day deposition of a university president by a lawyer advancing a claim for medical malpractice against the university's hospital.
4) My inclination to stand with Egypt is certainly unextraordinary, and seemingly there is little to add in the way of hoisting the charms of our lovers high above the didactic maneuvers of Shakespeare's Caesar.
There are hopes and regrets of an unextraordinary kind in the second volume.
Then we went to Vegas, where we had a nice, albeit unextraordinary, time.
This was an unextraordinary meeting of elected representatives with counterparts from a different region of post-devolution UK.
The first technical advice memorandum, (188) issued in 1997, demonstrates how unextraordinary fringe benefits can nevertheless produce includable income.