Their first single, “A World Like This,” is generically happy and upbeat, but the music video is bizarre.
The French are, generically, vastly superior in the art of finely balanced critical estimation.
But while fiction is specifically the most transient of forms, generically it is the most permanent.
These results are embodied in what may be called, generically, tradition.
One of the great products of Massachusetts has been what is generically known as "footwear."
An element which may be generically termed religious plays no unimportant part in this subject.
No doubt, the measure or limit as generically described, bears alike upon all: but it does not mark the same degree in all.
generically they teach the same truth; but they teach it with distinct specific differences.
This is the family of the Boidae, or “boas,” to which the one in question was generically related.
Of course stoves, generically speaking, are not a production of the nineteenth century.
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.