Mediocre ability, achievement, or performance.(noun)
One that displays mediocre qualities.(noun)
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Use "mediocrity" in a sentence
"He doesn’t believe in mediocrity, is committed to his purpose and passion, and in Bikini Bottom (where he lives), Spongebob is a Linchpin."
"La Bete selects an acting troupe as its focal point; but any arena that pits quality against mediocrity is an able substitute."
"Is that even a viable alternative or is languishing in mediocrity a sentence worse than death for most over-achieving lawyers?"