- n. Plural form of mediocrity.
“- Turning the 20th century into a artistic desert in which only crap and mediocrities is floating?”
“Directing 8 movies (only 5 of which are good) and writing a spate of mediocrities is hardly "unparalleled.”
“Monarchies have privy councils composed of titled mediocrities who advise their temporal lords.”
“Even if there were a few bright spots, it was largely led by "mediocrities" like Katy Perry who provided a "soundtrack from hell.”
“Often, the most important jobs get "mediocrities" like Greenspan and the current White House occupant.”
“I can take a hint: who'd want to pan Nabokov and end up among the "mediocrities" on his enemies list, to which he might still be adding over on the other side?”
“Derivative teachers are mediocrities, and probably also boring if not interesting in all the wrong ways.”
“Einstein captured this phenomenon succinctly with these prophetic words, as valid today as when he wrote them, some seventy years ago: Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities.”
“I mean, there is a something quite heroic about the way McCain went down, his being a good man and a good soldier and all that, but he was on lousy campaigner, and the mediocrities he surrounded himself with just made it worse.”
“This is much better than hoping the present collection of bureaucratic mediocrities will somehow get it right, by dumb luck.”
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