Normal and Unimpressive


Normal adjective - Being of the type that is encountered in the normal course of events.

Unimpressive and normal are semantically related In some cases you can use "Unimpressive" instead an adjective "Normal".


Unimpressive adjective - Not capable of impressing.

Normal and unimpressive are semantically related in ordinary topic. Sometimes you can use "Normal" instead an adjective "Unimpressive".

Nearby Words: unimpressed, unimpressively

Both words in one sentence

  • Nearly every companion in Doctor Who is a normal, unimpressive individual that when given the opportunity are capable of regularly thwarting the horrors of the universe and save lives and planets.
  • Of course, it's also a setting where neurally linked androids are used to replace a simple monitoring system, but normal human soldiers with unimpressive body armor are used to fight said biologically enhanced superhumans.
  • Video Game / The Warriors Awesome Mc Cool Name: Many of the gang members run around with these (such as Saracens leader Edge), whereas others have rather unimpressive names (like the Turnbull's Birdie) and others simply use their normal names (pretty much all the members of the Hurricanes).
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