mediocre

Part of speech: adjective

Of medium quality; ordinary; commonplace.

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Usage examples "mediocre":

  1. His verse is mediocre and crude. - "A Brief Handbook of English Authors", Oscar Fay Adams.
  2. You see my father never saw mediocre things, he explained by the way. - "Nan Sherwood on the Mexican Border", Annie Roe Carr.
  3. Gentlemen, I drink to you in very mediocre club whisky; nay, I don't drink to you, I drink to the man who stands on the truth- truth, gentlemen, truth! - "The Man Who Rose Again", Joseph Hocking.