View definitions for ordinary
adjective as in common, regular
adjective as in average; not distinctive
The company also offers a Web dashboard of data for ordinary investors.
Internet shutdowns “hurt ordinary people by depriving us of our fundamental rights to access information, to connect with family members, and they also put our physical safety at risk,” Micek says.
The two of us primarily text, so a call was out of the ordinary.
These two appear to be ordinary, run-of-the-mill tectonic quakes.
Instead, wealth is transferred from ordinary investors to bubble sellers.
There was nothing out of the ordinary, but for the fact that Jim was gay.
The Rizzoli in New York City was no ordinary bookstore in its seventies heyday.
They refused to believe that ordinary humans could beat them at their own game.
At the White House on Monday, Obama praised Hagel as “no ordinary secretary of defense.”
“My experience was very ordinary, but very privileged,” she said.
Bacteria, when present in great numbers, give a uniform cloud which cannot be removed by ordinary filtration.
All the ordinary subjects in schools have been taught over and over again millions and millions of times.
In one sense, then, the new issue has adequate expansibility for ordinary needs.
When ordinary methods do not suffice, it can usually be cleared by shaking up with a little magnesium carbonate and filtering.
It behaves the same as glucose with all the ordinary tests, and can be distinguished only by polarization.
On this page you'll find 216 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ordinary, such as: everyday, natural, normal, traditional, typical, and familiar.
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