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Definition of: commonplace

(komən·plās′) adjective
Not remarkable or interesting; ordinary; trite. See synonyms under COMMON, GENERAL, TRITE.
noun

1. A trite remark; familiar truth; platitude; truism.
2. A note jotted down for reference; a memorandum.
3. Formerly, a book containing a methodical collection of notes, passages, etc.: also called commonplace book
4. Commonplace quality; ordinariness. [Trans. of L locus communis <Gk. koinos topos a general theme or argument].

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"commonplace" has the frequency of use of 0.0003% on en.wikipedia.org.

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