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    Question 'Common' or 'Commonplace'?

    Hi,


    Would anyone please tell me if there's any difference between the two words?




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    Re: 'Common' or 'Commonplace'?

    Commonplace can be used to imply that something is not very exciting, interesting, has becoming dull and ordinary, etc

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