Examples of unexceptional in a Sentence
As an actor he was unexceptional, but he had a beautiful singing voice.
the physicist, now regarded as one of the brightest minds in science, was an unexceptional student as a child
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But Mr Cruickshank does develop a convincing case for the Reliance Building—which today looks almost wholly unexceptional—as the forerunner of groundbreaking work by later architects such as Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe.
The ordinariness of his tale and its unexceptional heroes—Ananda and his uncle Radhesh, an avatar for Odysseus—implies that, in the end, everyone is wandering and shipwrecked.
But after finishing second and fifth in his two previous starts before heading down Magnolia Lane – his best two finishes since 2015 – his play has been unexceptional.
Cutting pollution could come down to an act as unexceptional as waiting until bedtime to charge the minivan.
There’s nothing fancy in these stories’ delivery or presentation, despite a few unexceptional choreographic embellishments; simply staged, this is the least avowedly theatrical piece Cooperative Performance has ever done.
After all, the Tide had lost to an unexceptional Mississippi State squad only four days before, suffering its eighth defeat to an unranked foe.
What goes up must come down—or, rather, what rides well doesn’t always handle well, and the Fit’s soft suspension leaves it dynamically unexceptional.
Screens to the side of the stage displayed unexceptional images of nature — trembling leaves, gurgling water, a mosquito feasting on skin — that paled next to the richness with which Janacek renders those images in music.
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Definition of unexceptional for English Language Learners
: not unusually good, interesting, etc. : not exceptional
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