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What is the opposite of rare?

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Opposite of not of a regular occurrence
“I seem to be getting frequent aches and pains in my body as I get older.”
Opposite of deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected
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“Just another usual day at the office!”
Opposite of unusually good or remarkable
“I'm just an ordinary woman, living a regular life with a normal family, and married to an extraordinary husband.”
Opposite of not fully cooked
“Ma'am, please note my order for a well-done rump steak, with chips and salad on the side.”
Opposite of small or insufficient in quantity or amount
Opposite of so valuable or precious that its price cannot be determined
(US, informal, dated) Opposite of the best of its kind or class
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“This is an atrocious phone! The battery life does not even last a full day!”
Opposite of not having been cooked, or undercooked
“Don't reuse the marinade from raw meat or poultry on cooked food unless it's boiled first to destroy any harmful bacteria.”
Opposite of deserving of the highest esteem or admiration
“This story is sordid and shameful, and everyone who was involved in producing it should be ashamed of themselves.”
(of a species) Opposite of in danger of extinction
“It was realized that the difficulties of differentiating threatened from unthreatened species at sea were so great that only protection of all would be effective.”
(of air or gas) Opposite of less dense than usual
“The air felt dense, exuding that funny perfume of old fire and old damp, abandonment and rot.”
Opposite of graceful and stylish in appearance
“Cal snorted in an extremely unladylike and inelegant way before she spoke to her girlfriend.”
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree, amount or extent
“One may conclude straight away that a member will supply only the minimum amount of effort required, but the option is open to him to supply more.”
Opposite of in danger, or at risk, or extinction
“The nine-acre artificial lake is host to wildlife including kingfishers, mute swans, tufted and ruddy ducks, plus a thriving population of water voles.”
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