Exceptional and Normal
Opposite meaning words
Exceptional adjective - Being out of the ordinary.
Usage example: an exceptional amount of snow fell in March
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
Both words in one sentence
- 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.
Source: Literature / The Fire Sermon
- 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).
Source: Franchise / Power Rangers
- Pregnant Badass: Pregnant women are even more delicate than normal, which makes a woman who can be Badass in that condition extremely exceptional.
Source: Women Are Delicate
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