unexceptionality

See: mediocrity
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It is the utter unexceptionality of the remarks that I am interested in observing" (Schick, 2000, pp.
Instead, Ida is misshapen, mediocre, and frightened; yet precisely her unexceptionality reveals the true courage and strength that comes from motherhood.
Before Henderson told the story of his impoverished childhood, teenage drug convictions and subsequent incarceration, he emphasized its unexceptionality. Like so many men convicted of crack charges in the 1980s, his childhood was marked by generational poverty, an absent father and a substance-abusing mother.