Exceptional and Normal

Exceptional

Exceptional adjective - Being out of the ordinary.
Usage example: an exceptional amount of snow fell in March

Normal is an antonym for exceptional in topics: unusual, irregular, excellent.

Normal

Normal adjective - Being of the type that is encountered in the normal course of events.
Usage example: that fateful day had begun just like any normal workday

Exceptional is an antonym for normal in topics: usual, common.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Fire Sermon Cass is unusual because, as a Seer, she looks perfectly normal, and used her exceptional cunning to hide the fact that she's a Seer for thirteen years.
  • Franchise / Power Rangers Meanwhile, the exceptional number of Beach Episodes in both Mighty Morphin and Ninja Storm count in the normal way (at least Ninja Storm had an excuse, as Tori was a surfer).
  • Women Are Delicate Pregnant Badass: Pregnant women are even more delicate than normal, which makes a woman who can be Badass in that condition extremely exceptional.
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