Synonyms of commonplace in English:

commonplace


See definition of commonplace

adjective

1‘he had a tame and commonplace style of writing’

SYNONYMS
ordinary, run-of-the-mill, middle-of-the-road, mainstream, unremarkable, unexceptional, undistinguished, uninspired, unexciting, unmemorable, forgettable, indifferent, average, so-so, mediocre, pedestrian, prosaic, lacklustre, dull, bland, uninteresting, mundane, everyday, quotidian, humdrum, hackneyed, trite, banal, clichéd, predictable, overused, overdone, overworked, stale, worn out, time-worn, tired, unoriginal, derivative
British common or garden
North American garden variety
informal nothing to write home about, nothing to get excited about, no great shakes, not so hot, not up to much, vanilla, plain vanilla, bog-standard, a dime a dozen, old hat, corny, played out, hacky
British informal not much cop, ten a penny
North American informal ornery, bush-league, cornball, dime-store
Australian, New Zealand informal half-pie
ANTONYMS

outstanding, original

2‘business trips abroad are now commonplace occurrences’

SYNONYMS
common, normal, usual, ordinary, familiar, routine, standard, everyday, day-to-day, daily, regular, frequent, habitual, conventional, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable
ANTONYMS

unusual


noun

1‘early death was a commonplace in those days’

SYNONYMS
everyday event, everyday thing
routine, nothing out of the ordinary

2‘he had a great store of commonplaces which he adapted to any subject’

SYNONYMS
platitude, cliché, truism, banal saying, hackneyed saying, overworked saying, trite saying, stock phrase, old chestnut, banality, bromide