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Definition of "common or garden" [common or garden]

  • The usual or familiar type (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "common or garden" in a sentence
  • "Although Mrs. Barker was a neighbour, and a wealthy one, that would hardly keep him from referring her to the local police if he thought her problem was of the common or garden variety, yet far from rebuffing her, I could see that he was more than a bit interested."
  • "“That’s patent from common or garden Holmic deduction."
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