mediocre
[ˌmi:di'əʊkə]

adjective

[Definition]: average, not good in quality

[Example Phrases]:
• mediocre free food
• mediocre cell phone
• mediocre IPO companies
• mediocre box office
• swaths of mediocre cell
• leave a mediocre review
• in a mediocre fashion

[Example Sentences]:
1. And third, the best and brightest want to work with other great people, not mediocre ones
2. As the international art thieves of ISIS demonstrate, however, the mark of a good smuggler is one who possesses mediocre taste
3. It also sucks, mediocre battery life, runs hot, and unsupported after only two major OS updates
4. Chief among them are issues like a lack of quick access to settings, mediocre multitasking, and unsatisfactory battery life
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