The shops are generic and the square just a mall-version of your mind's hope.
Right now, 50 percent of them are undecided when given a choice between a generic Republican and Democrat.
The latest Quinnipiac and Pew polls show Democrats with a 9-point generic edge, twice what it was in late August.
Today some recent polls find more voters supporting a generic Republican candidate for Congress than a Democrat.
Its chief officer is the president, whose sacerdotal art consists of sticking to generic invocations of the deity.
That name has since been applied in a generic sense to all similar ice bodies lying on the backs of "wedges."
It grows in the form of a spathula, from which it receives its generic name.
Its generic title, Scotiaptex, is from two Greek words, one meaning darkness and the other to frighten.
Both the generic and specific names refer to its many mouths.
Work is the generic term for any continuous application of energy toward an end; work may be hard or easy.
generic ge·ner·ic (jə-něr'ĭk)
Of or relating to a genus.
Relating to or descriptive of an entire group or class; general.
Not having a trademark or brand name.