garden variety[ gahr-dn-vuh-rahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF garden variety
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As a garden variety for its season, it can hardly be surpassed.
They're considerably like the common or garden variety of dog.
The fruit itself is quite as good as the garden variety, for cultivation has added little to the native virtues of the raspberry.
Thus Jack became again for a while the common or garden variety of school-boy, and he enjoyed the change.
This is an escape from cultivation—a garden variety (laciniata) known as the Cut-leaved or Parsley-leaved Elder.
It is a field rather than a garden variety; though the green pods are tender and well flavored.
As a garden variety, it is of little value, though the young pods are crisp and tender.
A flower of mystery, of wonderment to children, was the Evening Primrose; I knew the garden variety only with intimacy.
I am that garden variety, and it took the exercising of many heart interests to toughen my cardiac organ.
Such points gave him an air of distinction, and marked him out as quite different from the common or garden variety of cats.
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