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Daniel Chodowiecki, with all his commonplaceness, is a genuine expression of this phase of German art.
And he felt this commonplaceness and this ugliness, and regretted both, but did not dare to ask her to call him by his first name.
Van Vreck asked in a tone which changed to commonplaceness—if his voice could ever be commonplace.
THE SECOND LATCHKEYCHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON AND ALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON
When he is told that it is his manner of life that needs overhauling, the commonplaceness of the observation affronts him.
The week-ends in the still old house drew not a few famous folk who loathed the commonplaceness of convivial atmospheres.
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The admixture of faith and imagination produces strange results, while it raises us above the commonplaceness of everyday life.
The utter commonplaceness of much of what passes for political thinking in this country had for years discouraged him.
And of himself holding desperately to them all, and to the believed commonplaceness of his surroundings.
THE BREAKING POINTMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
A heavy, or sometimes turgid, journalistic commonplaceness sat upon it.
But Gerry recognized her own commonplaceness and understood that unconsciously Mrs. Burton was not altogether fair.
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