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OTHER WORDS FROM banalba·nal·i·ty [buh-nal-i-tee, bey-], /bəˈnæl ɪ ti, beɪ-/, nounba·nal·ly, adverb
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How to use banal in a sentence
Especially in the later images, some, at first, appear as banal as a stranger’s family photo album.
So it is no huge surprise that No Sudden Move — a rippling, brilliant story about trusting nobody — has some seemingly banal but actually fascinating economic and cultural underpinnings pulsing in its historical backdrop.The fascinating, horrifying history behind Steven Soderbergh’s new heist movie|Alissa Wilkinson|July 1, 2021|Vox
He has a politician’s recollection for obscure names and banal anecdotes, a relentless forward propulsion and limitless confidence, a firm grasp of the political upsides and downsides of any situation.Chris Matthews’ new book catalogues his front-row seat to history|Charlotte Alter|June 11, 2021|Washington Post
Many are consumed by disagreements over banal things like chores, though some have managed to have impacts that last beyond their expiration dates—Zuccotti Park, for example, produced a growing national consciousness about income inequality.The Intersection Where George Floyd Died Has Become a Strange, Sacred Place. Will Its Legacy Endure?|Janell Ross/Minneapolis|April 16, 2021|Time
Chang’s secret power is making the seemingly banal gripping, much to the pleasure of her readers.