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  • noun The state or condition of being unremarkable.


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unremarkable +‎ -ness


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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.

    Adam Hanft: Sarah Palin, the User-Generated Candidate 2008

  • 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 Speculist: The Program 2007

  • 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 pinkletters@sfchronicle.com (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.

    The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow 2009

  • 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


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  • The little village of Obscurity is remarkable only for its unremarkableness.

    The Fourth Bear by Jasper Fforde.

    August 10, 2008