commonplaceness[ kom-uhn-pleys ]SEE DEFINITION OF commonplaceness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONPLACENESS
Well, let me assure you of one thing-there's commonplaceness everywhere.
I gazed at commonplaceness and dulness—I mocked at it; and now it has conquered me!
Commonplaceness either in the idea or its expression is alike fatal.
Let not the commonplaceness of the words rob us of their meaning.
I know only one thing that can preserve it from commonplaceness and dullness and dreariness.
I was not disposed to beat about the bush, and the commonplaceness of their talk irritated me.
It was as a part of all this commonplaceness that she regarded the treatise on village-improvement.
My chief recollection of our journey to Berlin was its commonplaceness.
When he is told that it is his manner of life that needs overhauling, the commonplaceness of the observation affronts him.
"That is often so," I hurried to assure her, with the idea of establishing the commonplaceness of such an experience.