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Adjective
Having ordinary, or no special, characteristics
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“He was content with a common sedan, as long as it could get him to work and back home again each day.”
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Occurring on a regular basis
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“A mistake that is common among students is procrastinating instead of doing their homework.”
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Mutual or held in common by many
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“It is a common belief that Homer Simpson was unintelligent, yet lovable.”
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Pertaining to a collective
“Let us put aside our differences for the common good of our community.”
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Used by a number of people as a group
“The hostel had a common kitchen where the backpackers could do their cooking.”
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Having low social or economic rank
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“No empathy could be had from the aristocrats for the common people, whose plight they could never envisage for themselves.”
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(of behavior) Lacking in refinement
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“Your common etiquette in the presence of my parents left much to be desired.”
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Easily found or obtainable
“The red maple is a common tree in North Carolina.”
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Average, or below average, in quality
“He tried his best, but it was just a common performance with no outstanding qualities.”
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(of an object) Low in quality
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“It was a common contraption that was mass-produced with no regard to quality.”
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Unanimous or undivided
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Of, or pertaining to, everyday or colloquial language
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Rather good than the contrary
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Significantly unimportant and deserving of little to no attention
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Widely known, especially in a positive way
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Being fully accessible and obtainable with little regard to restrictions
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(of a question or subject) Being of current or continuing interest and importance
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Having a coarse, unrefined, vulgar demeanor
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In the time for eating, using, etc.
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Having or showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected
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Belonging to, or characteristic of, values and attitudes of the middle class
Noun
A piece of land for public use
“Joseph would sometimes wander to the nearby common to reflect amongst the local folk.”
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A common person, someone of a lower class
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Grammatical rules applying to nouns that connote sex or animateness
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That which is common or the norm
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A tract of open uncultivated upland
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Central location, spot
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The capacity for creative thought and quick understanding
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A park or grounds, typically with greenery, lawns and/or flowers
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