Thesaurus / mediocre

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It might have been the desk of any mediocre man; yet on that desk lay the future of a people and the history of a world.
He was not a profound lawyer, however, and hardly the equal of the most mediocre trial lawyer in the examination of witnesses.
Never praise heartily, that is the sign of an intelligence not mediocre.
Quitman, who deserved high respect, appeared to him unreliable, of mediocre ability and afflicted with unbounded vanity.
My frog brochure meets that difficulty and whets the appetite of the most mediocre.
THE HAUNTED PAJAMASFRANCIS PERRY ELLIOTT
To the mediocre mediocrity is a form of happiness; they have a natural instinct for mastering one thing, for specialization.
THE ANTICHRISTF. W. NIETZSCHE
They live, as a rule, in mediocre circumstances; they are harried by the necessities of quotidian existence.
EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER
He was a mediocre artist, but had a great vogue in France and left many celebrated pupils.
The search for mediocre consistency in the character of Napoleon is like the Cynic philosopher's quest for a man.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The shops are small and mediocre, and only in one or two thoroughfares is there any throng of passers to and fro.

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