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I am a word you see every day,

I rhyme with conspicuous,

I am an adjective,

I actually sound a bit like the word biscuit,

Just a bit.

I love eating pizza,

Or you can call someone who does that,

Me.

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On second thought I think the word is

Ubiquitous

I am a word you see every day,

An everyday word, indeed, but really this is indirectly referring to the meaning of the word "ubiquitous"

I rhyme with conspicuous,

The "ous" sound at the end gives the rhyme and things that are ubiquitous are often conspicuous too.

I am an adjective,

Usually used to describe an object or phenomenon

I actually sound a bit like the word biscuit,

I think this refers to the sounds in the word - the "biq" and the "t" and "s" (sounds like "biscuit", mixed up)

I love eating pizza,
Or you can call someone who does that,
Me.

In many countries, pizzas are ubiquitous, as are pizza-eaters.

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Ubiquitous means "present, appearing, or found everywhere" which ties in with one idea of the word "normal"

Previous Answer

Promiscuous

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  • $\begingroup$ Noice u got it! $\endgroup$ – user69881 Oct 26 '20 at 12:01

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