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Spell check of mediocre

Correct spelling: mediocre

better, midmost, bad, garden-variety, dull, halfway, conventional, just, undistinguished, bargain-basement, low-rent, second-class, bisecting, normal, predominant, intermediate, customary, pivotal, banal, cut-rate, rotten, good, sightly, trashy, clean, unsatisfactory, axial, standard, sleazy, ordinary, plain, mid, half, coarse, second-rate, suburban, el cheapo, middle, stock, run-of-the-mill, lousy, passable, cheesy, fairish, cheapjack, unremarkable, run-of-the-mine, inadequate, geocentric, nuclear, trumpery, so-so, mean, poor, common, dominant, shoddy, junky, median, half-and-half, mundane, routine, inferior, unexceptional, comely, usual, modest, moderate, rubbishy, shabby, equidistant, substandard, modal, schlock, cut-and-dried, medium, indifferent, low-grade, bonnie, terrible, honest, mezzo, fair, everyday, bonny, average, core, suboptimal, stereotype, central, low-quality, reasonable, centralized, disappointing, middle-of-the-road, formulaic, wretched, gimcrack, commonplace, middling, miserable, execrable, garden, limited, medial, bum.

first-class, deficient, matchless, sterling, insufficient, optimum, fantastic, refined, tip-top, lacking, sensational, exquisite, capital, outstanding, good, maximum, terrific, prime, elegant, peerless, grand, polished, first-rate, extraordinary, fine, choice, distinguished, handsome, top-notch, stellar, superlative, splendid, unacceptable, great, superb, inadequate, optimal, unsatisfactory, number one, nifty, handcrafted, preeminent, superior, excellent, wanting, swell, par excellence, A1, tasteful, marvelous, top, high-grade, exceptional, unparalleled, classic, unmatched, unsurpassed, special, fabulous, supreme.

Examples of usage:

1) I don't want a mediocre husband, Ted. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) A clear vision, such as even the mediocre have at times. - "Command", William McFee.

3) That she was beautiful her portraits remain to testify; that in the mingled arts of coquetry and diplomacy she was so proficient as to challenge comparison with Madame de Chevreuse herself there is ample evidence in the fascination which she exercised, first over Strafford and then over Pym, neither of whom were men to be caught by mediocre ability or charm; that she was cowardly, false, treacherous to her heart's core Henrietta's simple and affectionate nature had as yet no means of discovering. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.