commonplace[ kom-uhn-pleys ]SEE DEFINITION OF commonplace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONPLACE
It is a curious question why sacred song should so often be dull and commonplace.
The "missing fourth side" of the room is a commonplace recognized by all.
You will not tire of it as you will of that which has but a commonplace form or pattern.
Nature is as plain as one of her pigs, as commonplace, as comic, and as healthy.
But try as I might, I could only devise something so commonplace that I let the clay spoil.
But has he not treated it so that it is not commonplace in the least?
The more "commonplace" these facts the better they seemed to like them.
He looked at her, and thought how commonplace other young women were when compared with her.
Thinking there's nothing left in the universe but the commonplace.
Matter so commonplace needs but a passing glance, and there an end.