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mundane

(jargon)
Someone outside some group that is implicit from the context, such as the computer industry or science fiction fandom. The implication is that those in the group are special and those outside are just ordinary.
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It was all too good that I had instead taken to insulting the mundaneness of life till I hit the brakes.
What emerges from my brief overview of the epic catalogue is a shift in the functions of the lists--from creating authority and making authoritative claims to undermining authority and introducing playful mundaneness.
48) Beyng hides itself from the grasp of mundaneness by taking shelter in the clearing.
Heightening the mundaneness of its terrors (suffocating mortgages, for instance), the series presents the supernatural--the dead--as itself thoroughly real.
The project's architectural blueprints have been conceived in such a way as ensure the hospital's ambient spirituality, urbaneness and humaneness derived from culture, history, norms and customs, physiological, physical and psychological aspects to thaw iciness, routineness and mundaneness of the locale.
It is the unexpected in the mundaneness of life that should make art recipients delight in the art work or to smile at it in acknowledgement.
The fact that the next goalscoring opportunity didn't come until the 36th minute typified the sheer mundaneness of the match at that stage.
I wish I could tell you 1 hate it, that I am suffering through minivan mundaneness, but in all honesty I love it.
An overall reading of this book provides readers with a substantive understanding of the two sides of the world of dagongmei: its restrictive mundaneness and its potential for social mobility and self-actualization.
Such talent inspires us, it excites us, it propels us above the mundaneness of everyday life.
Shaykh 'Abdul Fattah Abu Ghudda, Allah be well-pleased with him, considers this operative embedding of prudence and abstinence into the every-day mundaneness of earning a living to be a grand idea on the part of Imam Muhammad: