Extraordinary and Regular


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Extraordinary adjective – Noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced.
Usage example: no one noticed anything extraordinary about the airline passenger

Regular is an antonym for extraordinary in strange and wonderful topic.
Nearby Word: extraordinarily
Antonyms for Extraordinary


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Regular adjective – Having or showing the qualities associated with the members of a particular group or kind.
Usage example: was just a regular guy who preferred hanging out with friends

Extraordinary is an antonym for regular in topics: normal, orderly.
Nearby Words: regularised, regularly, regularize, regularise, regularity
Antonyms for Regular
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Things that words describes

person extraordinary person regular person
girl extraordinary girl regular girl
life extraordinary life regular life
work extraordinary work regular work
Other nouns: man, people, series, world, levels.

Both words in one sentence

  • Our Zombies Are Different The Necromorphs of Dead Space are zombies, but are removed from regular zombies by an extraordinary degree.
  • If someone were to select only the most interesting events that happened to the most interesting people, and write only about them, then even regular human life may seem extraordinary to the reader.
  • Cool Horse Smart, fearless, and capable of things extraordinary for regular horse, including mast climbing.
    Source: Cool Horse
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Extraordinary & Regular. N.p., 2016. Web. 24 Nov. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/extraordinary/regular>.
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