noun, plural mun·dan·i·ties.
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- mundane astrology,
Origin of mundanity
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In their midst one breathes a certain heady vapor of mundanity.The Simple Life|Charles Wagner
c.1500, from Middle French mondanité or directly from Medieval Latin mundanitatem (nominative mundanitas), from Late Latin mundanus "belonging to the world" (see mundane).
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