mundanity

[muhn-dan-i-tee]
noun, plural mundanities.
1.
the condition or quality of being mundane; mundaneness.
2.
an instance of being mundane: one of the mundanities of everyday life.

Origin:
1495–1505; mundane + -ity

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mundane (ˈmʌndeɪn, mʌnˈdeɪn)
 
adj
1.  everyday, ordinary, or banal
2.  relating to the world or worldly matters
 
[C15: from French mondain, via Late Latin, from Latin mundus world]
 
'mundanely
 
adv
 
mun'danity
 
n
 
'mundaneness
 
n

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Example sentences
Carter said the e-system reduces the mundanity of processing paperwork, helps workers organize their processing.
The game's genius lies in exactly what should have made it a flop: its mundanity.
The casino carpets are fascinating in their baroque mundanity.
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