Definition of ordinary:

part of speech: noun

An ecclesiastical judge, usually the bishop; a single judge having power to decide cases either with or without a jury; settled establishment; the figures found on a heraldic shield; a dining- place where the prices are fixed; the meal furnished; a name applied to the chaplain of Newgate.

part of speech: adjective

According to established order; customary; usual; of common rank or quality; plain; not handsome; common; of little merit.

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