Average and Exceptional


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Average adjective – Being about midway between extremes of amount or size.
Usage example: since a Chihuahua seems as impractical as a Saint Bernard, let's get a dog of more average dimensions

Exceptional is an antonym for average in topics: usual, normal, numerical mean.
Nearby Words: aver, averaged, averaging, averager
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Exceptional adjective – Being out of the ordinary.
Average is an antonym for exceptional in topics: remarkable, unusual.
Nearby Words: exception, exceptionally, exceptionable, exceptionality, exceptive
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Things that words describes

person average person exceptional person
character average character exceptional character
power average power exceptional power
strength average strength exceptional strength
Other nouns: people, amount, number, speed, level, size, height, intelligence, weapon, fighter, soldier, player, humans, skills, looks.

Both words in one sentence

  • Jack-of-All-Stats The Army Researcher's powerpoint shows that Joe's stats are so average he's exceptional in how average he is.
  • Manga / Dai no Daibouken Hyunkel starts as one of the strongest characters, mainly for his exceptional swordsmanship skill, but quickly becomes relatively average when compared to other characters.
  • Commentators often talk about how exceptional he is despite most of his technical performances being average.
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