- A person, place, idea, or thing that exhibits extraordinarily mundane qualities.
His blandiose plan for the city included free pens for the homeless.
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blandiose — (BLAN.dee.ose) adj. Relating to something that appears impressive or that has pretensions to grandeur, but that is actually bland. Example Citation: Delivered in the mellifluous voice of a didactic monodrone, each track is a blandiose blend of… … New words
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proletarian drift — (proh.luh.TAYR.ee.un drift) n. The tendency for originally upscale products to eventually become popular with the working class; the tendency for most elements of the culture to eventually appeal to the lowest common denominator. Example Citation … New words
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table writing — n. The creation of scripts, jokes, and stories by a committee of writers. Example Citation: In addition, [Larry] Gelbart argues, TV writing has grown more solipsistic: whereas television once attracted people trained in radio, film and theater,… … New words