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mundane

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of mundane

  1. 1 having to do with the practical details of regular life they didn't want to be bothered with mundane concerns like doing the dishes while on vacation Synonyms of mundane everyday, nitty-gritty, prosaic, terrestrial, workaday Words Related to mundane earthly, temporal, worldly; average, common, commonplace, customary, familiar, garden, generic, normal, ordinary, plain, popular, routine, run-of-the-mill, run-of-the-mine (or run-of-mine), standard, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual; frequent, habitual, regular; expected, predictable Near Antonyms of mundane high-minded, lofty, noble, sublime; aberrant, abnormal, atypical; exceptional, extraordinary, freak, peculiar, phenomenal, rare, singular, special, uncommon, uncustomary, unique, unusual, unwonted; bizarre, curious, far-out, funny, odd, outlandish, out-of-the-way, outré, quaint, quirky, remarkable, screwy, strange, weird, wild

  2. 2 having to do with life on earth especially as opposed to that in heaven a period for reflection and penitence, when spiritual concerns should take precedence over those that are mundane Synonyms of mundane carnal, earthborn, earthbound, fleshly, material, earthly, sublunary, temporal, terrene, terrestrial, worldlyWords Related to mundane animal, bodily, corporal, corporeal, physical; daily, diurnal; unspiritual; anthropic (or anthropical), anthropocentricNear Antonyms of mundane celestial, Elysian, empyreal, empyrean, supernal; metaphysical; devotional, divine, religious, sacred, spiritual, utopian; extraterrestrial; ethereal, supernatural, transcendent, transcendentalAntonyms of mundane heavenly, nontemporal, unearthly, unworldly


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