mediocre


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moderate to inferior in quality

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lacking exceptional quality or ability

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poor to middling in quality

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The state of things we produce by submitting to this, bad enough even at first, becomes intolerable when the mediocre or foolish descendants of the clever fellows claim to have inherited their privileges.
Here Phoebus, whose imagination was endowed with but mediocre power of creation, began to find himself in a quandary as to a means of extricating himself for his prowess.
He wanted everything to seem easy and natural and correct, to present himself as a trustworthy and understandable Englishman in a sound mediocre position, to whom refreshment and accommodation might be given with freedom and confidence.
He was one of that large class of purely mechanical and perfectly mediocre persons connected with the practice of the law who will probably, in a more advanced state of science, be superseded by machinery.
TSU students will be able to ask Les Brown questions and gather key insight on ways to shake off mediocre thinking and live up to their greatness.
Albums built on celebrity cameos are generally mediocre attempts to put the squeeze on fans.
California motorists collectively pay $12 billion, or $558 individually, in extra vehicle operating costs annually as a result of driving on roads in poor, mediocre and fair condition.
In a nutshell: Clever staging and a thoroughly committed ensemble elevate this otherwise mediocre adaptation of August Strindberg's ``Dance of Death.
Until now e-cruiting professionals have had to root around for pricey or mediocre assistance at each level of the employment process, slowing their effectiveness.
The state prisons, which have swelled in population, now consume more than $5 billion of the state budget, despite their mediocre performance.
The presidential candidates have mediocre economic plans according to an exclusive survey in this week's Economist magazine.
The latter unfolds rather badly, I might add; the mediocre makeup effects certainly contribute to the movie's paucity of menace.
No longer satisfied with a seat, mediocre meals and less than hospitable service, today's educated travelers are demanding more -- more comfort, better food, better frequent flyer benefits, better inflight entertainment, better service, safety, and added value -- all at a competitive price.
But he's rebounded from a mediocre professional debut last summer to hit .