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Correct spelling:
An ordinary topic; trite remark; note.
Trite; hackneyed; ordinary.
regular (adjective)
conventional, general, canonical, epochal, everyday, periodic, average, habitual, regular, rhythmic, constant, ordinary, metronomic, prevailing, chronic, predominating, normal, standard, cyclical, stock, continual, traditional, universal, routine, mundane, monotonous, steady, customary, orthodox, accustomed, recurrent, usual, frequent, familiar, common.
average (adjective)
medium, ordinary, mezzo, everyday, middle-of-the-road, middling, mediocre, midmost, median, customary, predominant, stock, run-of-the-mill, normal, usual, dominant, conventional, halfway, moderate, standard, mean, stereotype, mid, common, average.
boring (adjective)
tiresome, tedious, monotonous, depressing, mundane, prosaic, dry, dull, dreary, humdrum, boring, uninteresting, insipid, wearisome.
Other synonyms:
platitude, shopworn, platitudinous, well-worn, humdrum, corny, hackney, trite, unoriginal, allusion, hack, afterthought, plain, ubiquitous, unglamourous, garden, clichéd, stereotyped, obligatory, prosy, standard-issue, cobwebby, undistinguished, unglamorous, stock, bromide, stereotypical, indifferent, garden-variety, public, ordinary, common or garden, overworked, typical, old-hat, earthbound, timeworn, matter-of-fact, study at trite, platitudinal, excite, unremarkable, banality, warmed-over, banal, back talk, popular, unexceptional, moth-eaten, barb, prosaic, aside, formulaic, tired, stale, threadbare, hackneyed, unexciting, cliche, household, workaday, nondescript, quotidian, pedestrian, good, acknowledgment, cut-and-dried, comment, prevalent, bromidic, trivial, backchat, surprise, stereotypic, overused, worn-out, bon mot, musty.
Examples of usage:
  1. It may be used for the commonplace and the sublime, the tragic and the comic, etc. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.
  2. " As a commonplace individual, I should say," Eugene suggested languidly- for he was growing weary of the person of the house-" that you smell flowers because you do smell flowers." - "Dickens As an Educator", James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes.
  3. Sounds commonplace, doesn't it? - "It Happened in Egypt", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.

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