Mundane

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LampPro Tip 1/3
Commonplace NormalityPlay
Use 'mundane' to emphasize the everyday, unremarkable nature of something. SlideThe mundane routine of commuting to work never changed.
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Lack of ExcitementPlay
'Mundane' implies a lack of excitement or interest in something due to its routine nature. SlideThe conference was mundane, with no new insights presented.
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Not NovelPlay
If something is 'mundane', it's familiar and not new or unique. SlideWe skipped our mundane breakfast of cereal and opted for pancakes.