Definitions and Examples of undistinguished, unremarkable, ordinary
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Lacking distinction or excellence; not standing out from others.
The restaurant's food was undistinguished and unmemorable.
Not worthy of attention or notice; lacking in interest or significance.
The town's architecture was unremarkable and uninspiring.
Having no special or distinctive features; common or average.
His taste in music was ordinary and mainstream.
Key Differences: undistinguished vs unremarkable vs ordinary
- 1Undistinguished implies a lack of excellence or distinction.
- 2Unremarkable suggests something that is not noteworthy or significant.
- 3Ordinary describes something that is common or average.
Effective Usage of undistinguished, unremarkable, ordinary
- 1Describing People: Use these antonyms to describe people who lack exceptional qualities or characteristics.
- 2Describing Places: Use these antonyms to describe places that are not noteworthy or significant.
- 3Describing Objects: Use these antonyms to describe objects that lack distinction or excellence.
The antonyms of distinguished describe a lack of exceptional qualities or characteristics. Use undistinguished, unremarkable, and ordinary to describe people, places, or objects that are not noteworthy or significant.