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Another word for common

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Adjective
  1. Belonging to, shared by, or applicable to all alike

    See also:

    group

  2. Belonging or relating to the whole

    See also:

    specific

  3. Occurring quite often

    See also:

    usual

  4. Commonly encountered

    See also:

    surprise

  5. Known widely and unfavorably

    See also:

    knowledge

Noun
  1. A tract of cultivated land belonging to and used by a community

    See also:

    group

Another word for common

Modifier
  1. Of frequent occurrence

  2. Generally known

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Synonym Study

  • Vulgar , however, is rarely used now in this sense without pejorative connotations See also syn. study at mutual.
  • Popular and, in this connection, vulgar imply widespread currency or acceptance among the general public or the common people popular tastes, Vulgar Latin, with popular also used to indicate favor a popular song
  • Familiar applies to that which is widely known and readily recognized a familiar feeling
  • stressing commonplaceness and lack of special distinction an ordinary workday
  • Ordinary implies accordance with the regular or customary pattern
  • General implies connection with all or nearly all of a kind, class, or group and stresses extensiveness general unrest among the people
  • Common refers to that which is met with most frequently or is shared by all or most individuals in a group, body, etc., and may imply prevalence, usualness, or, in a depreciatory sense, inferiority or lack of distinction a common belief, a common thief