Residents often live four to a room, share a bathroom, and congregate in crowded common spaces. Accounts on these platforms were all registered using a handful of common email addresses and phone numbers.
In addition to the idioms beginning with common. English lacks a common gender pronoun in the third person singular. Often commons. Chiefly New England. Commons, the representatives of this body. Commons, the House of Commons. Sometimes Commons. This windfall of words will make you rich with knowledge.
Mine your memory on the words from July 27 to August 2! Idioms for common in common , in joint possession or use; shared equally: They have a love of adventure in common. See general. Common, vulgar, ordinary refer, often with derogatory connotations of cheapness or inferiority, to what is usual or most often experienced. Common applies to what is accustomed, usually experienced, or inferior, to the opposite of what is exclusive or aristocratic: The park is used by the common people.
Vulgar properly means belonging to the people, or characteristic of common people; it connotes low taste, coarseness, or ill breeding: the vulgar view of things; vulgar in manners and speech. Ordinary refers to what is to be expected in the usual order of things; it means average or below average: That is a high price for something of such ordinary quality.
Words nearby common commodity , commodity exchange , Commodity Futures Trading Commission , commodore , Commodus , common , commonable , commonage , Common Agricultural Policy , commonality , commonalty. Words related to common accepted , commonplace , natural , prevalent , simple , familiar , universal , routine , prevailing , trivial , everyday , frequent , typical , popular , shared , humdrum , probable , plain , daily , standard.
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Christianity a form of the proper of the Mass used on festivals that have no special proper of their own the ordinary of the Mass. See also commons. Derived forms of common commonness , noun. In addition to the idioms beginning with common common cause common ground common touch, the. Try Our New Grammar Pro.