Synonym: acceptable, adequate, average, fair, medium, moderate, ordinary, passable, so-so. Antonym: extreme. Similar words: media, medium, medical, immediate, medication, credit, premeditated, on credit. Meaning: [‚mɪːdɪ'əʊkə(r)] adj. 1. moderate to inferior in quality 2. lacking exceptional quality or ability 3. poor to middling in quality.
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1. His films are mediocre.
2. I thought the play was only mediocre.
3. I thought the book was pretty mediocre.
4. Parents don't want their children going to mediocre schools.
5. His school record was mediocre.
6. His work rarely rises above the mediocre.
7. The club has become a graveyard for mediocre provincial bands.
8. Great ideas often receive violent opposition from mediocre minds. Albert Einstein
9. My grades were mediocre, my attendance record average.
10. The team gave another mediocre performance last night.
11. No yardstick for the mediocre companies to strive to.
12. The world has a surfeit of mediocre drummers.
13. Idleness is fatal only to the mediocre. Albert Camus
14. Only a mediocre person is always at his best. W. Somerset Maugham
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15. Mediocrity is excellent to the eyes of mediocre people. Joseph Joubert
16. In 1964, however, after two mediocre seasons, a brash new chairman, John Ireland, suddenly sacked him.
17. Throughout a mediocre regular season, the Suns have continually sung the same tune.
18. Appearances of being vicious, mindless, or mediocre can be deceptive, and the deception is often studied and rehearsed.
19. Why settle for mediocre goals when you could achieve something really wonderful?
20. Therefore, no amount of personality can compensate for mediocre chili. o Judging chili is very personal and subjective.
21. The results may be mediocre, because continuous change results in lack of memorability.
22. He was a mediocre scholar but loved poetry, science, and travel books.
23. The film's plot is predictable and the acting is mediocre.
24. Virginia was a perfectionist. She was just not prepared to settle for anything mediocre.
25. Of all the films Ocean might've obtained the licence to(sentencedict.com), they chose one that could only be described as mediocre.
26. Their obsequious praise demands a rebuttal; because really, Mimic is pretty mediocre, even for a B-movie.
27. Whether it is white bread or wheat bread, it is, to be kind, mediocre bread.
28. It only takes a couple of players to have mediocre starts for them and they will be down there and lose confidence.
29. The net result is that our overall financial performance has improved from a fairly mediocre position.
30. The issues of validity and reliability are the twin pillars that prove research to be only mediocre or outstanding.
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