noncelebrity

noun
non·​ce·​leb·​ri·​ty | \ˌnän-sə-ˈle-brə-tē \

Definition of noncelebrity 

: a person who is not a celebrity In 1975 … [John] Lennon decided that the time had come to try living like a noncelebrity— Andrew Romano often used before another noun noncelebrity contestantsa noncelebrity spokesperson

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For everyone else who yearns desperately for the possibility of a wonky, noncelebrity, experienced presidential candidate, there is nothing. Madeleine Aggeler, The Cut, "There’s Already Anti–Oprah 2020 Merch," 16 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of noncelebrity

1881, in the meaning defined above

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