banal englanniksi   corny fr, banal en, hackneyed sv, pedestrian fr, nondescript fr, trite sv, commonplace fr, trivial fr

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: The duct tape and wire were a pretty corny solution.

: The movie was okay, but the love scene was really corny.

: He sent a bouquet of twelve red roses and a card: "Roses are red, Violets are blue, Sugar is sweet, And so are you." How corny is that!

*: The corny ear.

*: A draught of moist and corny ale.

: rfquotek|Forby

*: Up stood the corny reed.

: The sermon was full of hackneyed phrases and platitudes.

: The sermon was full of hackneyed phrases and platitudes.

: pedestrian crossing

: His manner of dress was pedestrian but tidy.

*: In thoroughfares nigh the docks, any considerable seaport will frequently offer to view the queerest looking nondescripts from foreign parts.

: He drove a nondescript silver sedan.

*: It is a trite saying in a young country that anyone starting out in life with the determination to become wealthy will have his wish gratified.

*: McPedro the cactus: How to woo a woman! On yehr fahrst date, don’t bring her cut flowers! That’s inhumane! And trite!

*: It is a trite saying in a young country that anyone starting out in life with the determination to become wealthy will have his wish gratified.

*: McPedro the cactus: How to woo a woman! On yehr fahrst date, don’t bring her cut flowers! That’s inhumane! And trite!

*: It is a trite saying in a young country that anyone starting out in life with the determination to become wealthy will have his wish gratified.

*: McPedro the cactus: How to woo a woman! On yehr fahrst date, don’t bring her cut flowers! That’s inhumane! And trite!

*: "This Mr. Tyrrel," she said, in a tone of authoritative decision, "seems after all a very ordinary sort of person, quite a commonplace man."

*: I could get hold of nothing but of some commonplace phrases, those futile phrases that give the measure of our impotence before each others trials.

*: Finally he began to mutter some commonplaces which meant nothing particularly.

*: And something angered Tamara in the way the Prince assisted in all this, out-commonplacing her friend in commonplaces with the suavest politeness.

*: "My dear fellow," said Sherlock Holmes as we sat on either side of the fire in his lodgings at Baker Street, "life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent. We would not dare to conceive the things which are really mere commonplaces of existence."

*: Whatever, in my reading, occurs concerning this our fellow creature, I do never fail to set it down by way of commonplace.

*: I do not apprehend any difficulty in collecting and commonplacing an universal history from the historians.

*: And something angered Tamara in the way the Prince assisted in all this, out-commonplacing her friend in commonplaces with the suavest politeness.

: rfquotek|Francis Bacon

*: "This Mr. Tyrrel," she said, in a tone of authoritative decision, "seems after all a very ordinary sort of person, quite a commonplace man."

*: I could get hold of nothing but of some commonplace phrases, those futile phrases that give the measure of our impotence before each others trials.

*: Finally he began to mutter some commonplaces which meant nothing particularly.

*: And something angered Tamara in the way the Prince assisted in all this, out-commonplacing her friend in commonplaces with the suavest politeness.

*: "My dear fellow," said Sherlock Holmes as we sat on either side of the fire in his lodgings at Baker Street, "life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent. We would not dare to conceive the things which are really mere commonplaces of existence."

*: Whatever, in my reading, occurs concerning this our fellow creature, I do never fail to set it down by way of commonplace.

*: I do not apprehend any difficulty in collecting and commonplacing an universal history from the historians.

*: And something angered Tamara in the way the Prince assisted in all this, out-commonplacing her friend in commonplaces with the suavest politeness.

: rfquotek|Francis Bacon

*: "All which details, I have no doubt, Jones, who reads this book at his Club, will pronounce to be excessively foolish, trivial, twaddling, and ultra-sentimental."

*: As a scholar, meantime, he was trivial, and incapable of labour.

: rfquotek|Skelton

: rfquotek|Wood

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