- mundane + -ly (Wiktionary)
“So you can't just go in mundanely, like: Okay, this outlet's working; these windows are fine.”
“These guys are in the same group as the governors that want to sue to stop healthcare reform and the school boards that want religion in schools, then waste taxpayer money going to court when they know they can't win rather than using the money on mundanely educating the students.”
“In fact the instrument panel was not stripped of plastic switches by fire; rather more mundanely it has been raided by souvenir-hunters among the decommissioning staff.”
“In fact, its playability hinges squarely and mundanely on just how gamelike it is, how naked its design principles, and how ancient and obvious are the laws to which it adheres.”
“There are various reasons for a Google group (some of the mundanely technical).”
“And, for all that, surprisingly charming, particularly in limning the Rolling Stones 'origins, which can be traced, mundanely enough, to a fateful encounter in a train station.”
“For my friends, that afternoon was mundanely normal.”
“In the end, Berlusconi did not fall foul of a carefully-inserted stiletto-point emerging from behind a curtain of heavy damask, but more mundanely - merely one of a series of bail-out conditions laid down by a group of leaders of whom he considered himself a worthy part.”
“After taking part in a number of series, she's aware that the set can become mundanely routine for actors.”
“More mundanely, boars mate all year round and eat prodigious quantities of crops.”
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