Definition of mundaneness in English:


Pronunciation /mʌnˈdeɪnnəs//ˈmʌndeɪnnəs/


  • See mundane

    • ‘I just hope the technique won't be perceived as overkill given the mundaneness of the subject matter.’
    • ‘This public housing gives its residents privacy and a quiet, ennobling form of living space that accommodates its urban setting without succumbing to its mass, dehumanizing mundaneness.’
    • ‘The tinsel town rolled out the red carpet, promising not just money and fame, but an opportunity to break free from mundaneness that defines the middle class.’
    • ‘For, as the producer states: ‘You see why people are attracted to each other, why people fall in love, why people fall out of love, why you get sucked into the mundaneness of a relationship after a long time.’’
    • ‘The whole idea of a ‘soap opera’ suggests an overt incongruity between the daily mundaneness of the narrative and the lofty form it takes.’