/ˈrʌn əv ðəˈmɪl/
merely average; commonplace; mediocre:
just a plain, run-of-the-mill house; a run-of-the-mill performance.
ordinary, routine, everyday.
ordinary, average, or undistinguished in quality, character, or nature; not special or excellent
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Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.
If executed well, even an average run-of-the-mill strategy will achieve spectacular results.
School closures, canceled proms, and emergency rooms flooded with people panicking over run-of-the-mill coughs and sore throats.
Even among standard run-of-the-mill personality disorder patients, informant reports end up being quite useful to clinicians.
It's bad enough as it is if you're a run-of-the-mill independent power producer.
Part of the band's duties included run-of-the-mill meetings where they helped hammer out details as mundane as food service.
We were not an eager audience for run-of-the-mill lectures.
Thus, the high professional academics view their run-of-the-mill colleagues.
Bear in mind that your typical, run-of-the-mill computer virus is not alive, because all it does is replicate itself.
If you need help at the library, be sure to ask a librarian though instead of a run-of-the-mill library worker.
Sometimes the stories it tells are run-of-the-mill melodramas that could have happened anywhere.
Even a run-of-the-mill bookkeeper wouldn't have made that blunder.
And even more expensive buildings tend to be constructed to run-of-the-mill designs.
On the human scale, it generally acts as if it were made up of discrete, run-of-the-mill particles.
Not that it's different than any other run-of-the-mill offerings of insight by the lofty.
Run-of-the-mill whole-wheat bread no longer satisfies, and decent baguettes have become commonplace.
Around this run-of-the-mill adapter furls an elegant leather square with a press-stud closure.
But the new phone models' run-of-the-mill features and all-too-familiar looks aren't likely to win it big fans.
Mixed in with your run-of-the-mill soybeans and the occasional mysterious missing bean are a number of notable aberrations.
None of the day-use parks are run-of-the-mill city parks.
The event was a run-of-the-mill photo opportunity: a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new road.
Some people measure their years with a run-of-the-mill calendar.
But the novel has aspirations well beyond those of the run-of-the-mill whodunit.
It's not a run-of-the-mill thermonuclear explosion that fuels a healthy star.
And these are not your run-of-the-mill backyard varieties.
Anyone who gets migraines knows they're not run-of-the-mill headaches.
Transforms run-of-the-mill billing data into statistically sound savings estimates.
It deals with run-of-the-mill trustee's overhead issues.
The more or less run-of-the-mill hedging operations that investors need to do are reportedly going quite well.