from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not special or outstanding; average.
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- adj. ordinary; not special.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Ordinary; common; unexceptional.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not special in any way
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I'm not referring to the run-of-the-mill creepy, anonymous emails that many of us receive from time to time, but to blatant and open hate-mongering.
While Cooper insisted that it was probably just a sick or injured wolf, the probability that a plain old run-of-the-mill wolf was attacking people seemed to be shrinking.
Otherwise, it was just normal run-of-the-mill offensive drivel from a text book Tory.
EVERY PRESIDENT uses a teleprompter … but this is just another attempt to try to cast doubt on President Obama … as if he were just some stupid run-of-the-mill person …
But The Post didn't mention -- and neither have other media outlets -- that this isn't just any run-of-the-mill General Boykin.
Voting on run-of-the-mill school budgets soon could be phased out in New Jersey.
The damage: more than $11,000 and these were just your run-of-the-mill oaks.
Law Abiding Citizen is a violent neo-noir by director F. Gary Gray that begs to be more than just your run-of-the-mill thrill ride but falls victim to overthinking the motives of its own characters that it tries to craft, leaving a film that has a lot of anger and bloodshed, but not much more.
Since this is a marginal vineyard at best, likely producing unintersting run-of-the-mill wines, you should get something more appropriate: like a sancerre.
I had a real hard time narrowing down my choices because there were a lot of really interesting oddities offered this time out, along with a glut of more run-of-the-mill options.