Definition of ordinary-looking in English:

ordinary-looking

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adjective

Not distinctive or remarkable in appearance: a street of ordinary-looking terraced houses
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  • The Surrealists knew that ordinary-looking images of commonplace things - from teacups to pieces of fruit - could be employed as tools in the interrogation of social and political ideas.
  • Today this quite ordinary-looking little clam is found in lakes and streams throughout the United States.
  • He wolfs down the rest of his tea and the chicken sandwich that will double as breakfast and lunch, and the interview switches venue to his car, a disappointingly ordinary-looking soft-top jeep.

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