from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking distinction; ordinary.
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- adj. Not remarkable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. found in the ordinary course of events
"These are what we call unremarkable people who decide to kill innocent people," Kelly said.
A way to watch a great player is to note how often the player wins what I call unremarkable points.
China has lashed out at the developed world's largest emitters of greenhouse gases for setting themselves what it called unremarkable and even deceptive targets for cuts.
Perhaps it would have been interesting to meet the likes of Somerset Maugham (if indeed he was the kind of man Allen describes), but his fiction, in almost all ways unremarkable, is another matter entirely.
The young docker followed her through a maze of utility bays and lockers, until they finally drew to a halt in front of a door unremarkable from the next.
But to be specifically mentioned as "unremarkable" -- well, that just hurts.
His expression was unremarkable, but the effect on his overall face was amazing.
The series itself is fairly ordinary and unremarkable, which is itself remarkable considering the talent and money behind it.
Viewed from this historical perspective, our current temperature history is relatively unremarkable, which is why Mann and Gore had to distort it to make their case, and add the GCMs at the end of the historic record to accentuate it.
There was one mis-cue with the lights, but it was otherwise unremarkable, which is the evidence of being well done.
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