commonplace

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  • They retired without saying any thing more than the commonplaces of social life. Cited from The Lady of the Ice, by James De Mille
  • Though these songs were very popular previously, only the last one is commonplace now.
  • The business model behind managed services has been commonplace among enterprise level companies.
  • These languages have become so commonplace that many have grown up using them as their first language.
  • Strange little commonplaces, how they take their due of all the wonderful hours of life! Cited from Up the Hill and Over, by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  • These are becoming commonplace in schools and meeting rooms around the world.
  • My life is spent in one long effort to escape from the commonplaces of existence. Cited from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, by Doyle
  • This was commonplace in the 20th century, but has since become less so.
  • Still, no more than the Master did he appear one of life's commonplaces. Cited from The Flying Legion, by George Allan England
  • This child would have spoken nothing but kind commonplaces had she been alive. Cited from Ordeal Richard Feverel by G. Meredith, v6
  • This technology is now commonplace in music production around the world.
  • This war is leading us all back to the basic commonplaces of thinking. Cited from The World Decision, by Robert Herrick
  • None the less, he was the first to break away from the commonplaces. Cited from The Grafters, by Francis Lynde
  • This has been changing slowly in recent years as private universities become more commonplace.
  • Some commonplaces passed between them, and then silence fell on each. Cited from Other Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • Even he could feel that the commonplaces of the occasion were not in order. Cited from The Web of Life, by Robert Herrick
  • They always suddenly talked commonplaces when they were first left alone. Cited from Tenterhooks, by Ada Leverson
  • Pure commonplaces if we will, but they are not all of them easy to learn. Cited from The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3), by John Morley
  • This is one of the commonplaces of people who understand neither friendship nor religion. Cited from More Pages from a Journal, by Mark Rutherford
  • It is now commonplace for these types of tracks to host night races.
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