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What is the opposite of exceptional?

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Opposite of uncommon so as to form an exception
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“In France, it is common practice to subject the wine to distillation, in order to draw off the spirit.”
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Opposite of having better than average ability or skill
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“Bernard is a mediocre tennis player at best, who shows a lack of passion and effort on the court.”
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Opposite of having better than average intelligence
“Brian said that he was stupid in school, and didn't know the plural for a box.”
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Opposite of outrageously bad
“Yankee Stadium rocked as Dodgers substitute left fielder Al Gionfriddo made a remarkable catch of a long drive by Joe DiMaggio near the Yankee's bullpen fence.”
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Opposite of deprived of the ability to perform natural mental or physical activities
“Psychological testing revealed significantly higher scores for hypochondriasis among disabled patients than non-disabled patients.”
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Opposite of very high in quality
“The steak he cooked was, frankly, awful.”
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Opposite of inconceivable or mind-boggling
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Opposite of very good, especially to the point of being worthy of great respect or imitation
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Opposite of not happening on a frequent basis
“The interests of the two countries have been intertwined, based on frequent communication and contacts among their people.”
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Opposite of displaying a creative streak for a given activity
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Opposite of pleasant and satisfactory, especially to the mind or senses
“The layout of the apartment was bad, and the kitchen was too small.”
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Opposite of having or involving a great deal of knowledge or skill in a particular area
“In inexpert hands, inappropriate investigation often takes precedence.”
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Opposite of having only a single instance
“The victim told the police that the abuse happened on multiple occasions.”
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Opposite of endowed with special abilities indicative of skill or talent
“This success will help these students be more comfortable in drawing later and not think that they are untalented in art.”
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