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- noun The state or condition of being
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Anon- I wonder if the remarkableness or unremarkableness of interracial marriage depends on where you live?
CSK: Redux Editorial Anonymous 2009
What she did in St. Paul night was weave both these narratives together, taking her sheer unremarkableness - shared by those "who do some of the hardest work in America, who grow our food, and run our factories, and fight our wars" - and fusing it to the narrative of America's destiny.
The trick with uncovering the apparent and surprise unremarkableness of beauty is to transcend one's own thought and see an entirely more breathtaking panorama of existence.
The conference rooms only stand out in their unremarkableness.
BYD’s Incredibly Sensible House of the Future Sarah Lacy 2005
That Kubrickian plainness, that unremarkableness, has the effect of clearing the way for moments to occur - if the actors are up to letting them happen.
SFGate: Top News Stories firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Ordo? 2010
In Roman Catholic piety there are various models of heroic sainthood, but Thérèse turned from those and pursued a life that is remarkable for its unremarkableness.
Fox Confessor Brings the Flood stitches together sensuous images of victimhood, in varying degrees: a lover drowned in oil, a knee skinned on the sidewalk and some vague other tragedy made more horrible by its apparent unremarkableness.
The Clog 2009