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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunremarkableun‧re‧mark‧a‧ble /ˌʌnrɪˈmɑːkəbəl◂ $ -ɑːr-/ adjective formal  ORDINARYnot very unusual or interesting syn ordinary He led a busy but otherwise unremarkable life.
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unremarkableThe differences are therefore in the expected direction but so slight as to be unremarkable.The dressing table revealed nothing and the bed-tables were unremarkable.She had a pale and unremarkable face.She had had just one adventure in her otherwise unremarkable life.At the time of his appointment to the viceroyalty Irwin was putting in an unremarkable stint as Minister of Agriculture.It was an unremarkable street: two rows of small houses, little shops, a pub.The salmon was fairly simple, just some thinly sliced grilled fish on unremarkable toast points.Josh was, I thought, a pleasant but unremarkable young man.
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