What do you call the term between underrated and overrated?


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  • You call it the deserving adjective.

    Ex: a lousy restaurant that's largely ignored is lousy, not underrated. A phenomenal athlete who is as amazing as the heaps of praise he or she gets is phenomenal, not overrated.

    Those terms exist to explain that there is a gap between perception and reality of an object/experience. "Fairly rated" is indeed a good way of putting it that I see here.

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What Girls Said 10

  • Normalrrated lololol

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  • Normally rated?

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  • Rated?

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  • Legit.

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  • The norm or average

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  • 'Duly rated'

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  • rated. :D

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  • "solid"

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  • Deservingly appreciated lol.

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  • you don't say it because then it's just "rated"

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What Guys Said 8

  • "rated as it should be"

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  • Mediocre, moderate, decent?

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  • Appropriately rated?

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  • Meh.

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  • normal, average, even, equal, unrated, level

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  • On the fence.

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  • (Underrated + Overrated) รท 2

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  • "Fairly rated" maybe?

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