Such are the anguished lessons of this beautiful, bittersweet meditation on the strains of ordinary love.
Nor is it clear that police officers deserve more protection from verbal assault than ordinary citizens.
When Americans think about ordinary matters of crime and punishment, economics are key.
RockMelt looks like an ordinary browser, except for the little toolbars on the right and left sides.
It is about, his words, “mystical things happening to ordinary people.”
They seemed to be the ordinary chances of war, and so he took them.
The noise and confusion of Sunday and all ordinary days were silenced.
There is now, then, some occasion for a more glittering display than ordinary?
No ordinary person can shut his door to lock out the rest of the world.
Moreover it is a little out of the ordinary, and all-American.
early 15c., "belonging to the usual order or course," from Old French ordinarie "ordinary, usual" and directly from Latin ordinarius "customary, regular, usual, orderly," from ordo (genitive ordinis) "order" (see order (n.)). Its various noun usages, dating to late 14c. and common until 19c., now largely extinct except in out of the ordinary (1893). In British education, Ordinary level (abbrev. O level), "lowest of the three levels of General Certificate of Education," is attested from 1947. Related: Ordinarily.