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That report claimed that the nation's public schools were mired in “a rising tide of mediocrity” because they were too easy.
An absentee owner in this business is a recipe for failure or, at best, mediocrity.
The bread aisle was a wasteland of mediocrity offering pale, spongy, factory-made sub rolls, but no crusty bakery-style ones.
The Stars qualified for the playoffs on the back of league-best goalie play and in spite of overall mediocrity.
These last animals, the largest of which is below mediocrity, seem confined to the regions of South America.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
He was angry and impatient with the "cavilling spirit of mediocrity," that takes pleasure in the lapses of "the mighty-souled."
She wore an exquisite white frock but is not herself a pretty girl though her grace uplifts somewhat her mediocrity of appearance.
He would have suffered in spontaneity, vivacity, originality, and quietly taken his anchorage in the sleepy haven of mediocrity.
Yet Macaulay Carvel was not to be despised on account of his high-class mediocrity.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
He was a safe politician, an honourable man, and a literary mediocrity of the very highest class, but no more.

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