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common
Definition:
Not distinguished or exceptional; inconspicuous; ordinary; plebeian; often in a depreciatory sense.

Synonyms:

adjective
acceptable
pleasant, swell, in the swim, on the beam, copacetic, goodish, hep, hunky-dory, unobjectionable, Hepper, peachy keen, cooking with gas, hunky dory, up to code, up to snuff.
all
common.
average
dominant, halfway, mean, median, mediocre, medium, mezzo, mid, middle-of-the-road, middling, midmost, moderate, predominant, run-of-the-mill, stereotype, usual, SOSO, average, boilerplate, commonplace, conventional, customary, everyday, normal, nowhere, ordinary, standard, stock.
average, ordinary
accepted, banal, bourgeois, casual, characteristic, colloquial, commonplace, conventional, current, customary, daily, everyday, frequent, general, habitual, hackneyed, homely, humdrum, informal, mediocre, monotonous, natural, passable, plain, prevailing, prevalent, probable, prosaic, regular, routine, run-of-the-mill, simple, stale, standard, stereotyped, stock, trite, trivial, typical, undistinguished, universal, unvaried, usual, wearisome, workaday, worn-out, Familiar, comformable.
baseborn
lower-class.
cheap
junky, rinky-dink, scroungy, two bit, catchpenny, rubbishy, cruddy, glitzy, no bargain, no good, rinkydink, small time.
co-operative
bilateral, coefficient, collaborative, collective, collusive, mutual, shared, co-operative, co-operating, co-active, joint.
colloquial
demotic, jive.
combined
conjoint.
daily
circadian, day by day, day-to-day, diurnal, from day to day, once a day, once daily, most often.
democratic
individualistic, libertarian, populist, self-ruling.
dirty
unclean.
disreputable
sleazy.
dull
out-of-date, prosy, repetitious, repetitive, usual thing, unexciting, uninspiring, longwinded, wornout, oft-repeated, big yawn, out of date.
formulaic
cut and dried.
frequent
many, often, repeated, frequent, habitual, prevalent, recurrent, usual.
generally known; held in common
coincident, collective, communal, communistic, community, congruous, conjoint, conjunct, constant, corporate, correspondent, generic, in common, like, mutual, popular, public, reciprocal, shared, social, socialistic, united, well-known, widespread, Intermutual, Commutual, joint.
good
fruitful, healthy, be coming.
habitual
accustomed, conditioned, conventional, custom, habitual, recurrent, regular, repeated, routine, timeworn, well-worn, Acclimated, Familiar, disciplined.
hackneyed
timeworn, old-hat, played out, well-worn, familiar tune, old chestnut, old saw, old-chestnut, old-saw, out-dated, played-out.
humble
proletarian, trivial, unassuming, unpretentious, low-ranking, Low-born.
impure
impure, most diluted, unchaste, weighted, not pure.
inferior
good-for-nothing, junker, most inferior, low-grade, low-rent, low-quality.
low
lower, ill-bred, poor, subordinate, undignified, crumbiest, crumby, illbred.
low, coarse
baseborn, characterless, cheap, colorless, crass, hack, impure, inferior, low-grade, mean, middling, nondescript, pedestrian, philistine, plebeian, poor, prosy, raffish, second-rate, shoddy, sleazy, vulgar, second-class, déclassé.
lowly
reverential, baseborn, cast down, lowborn, unwashed, Declassed, déclassé.
mean
down-at-heel, down at heel.
mediocre
banal, modest, second-rate, so-so, suburban, average, characterless, mean, mediocre, mundane, normal, ordinary, routine, standard, usual, no great shakes, of poor quality.
mere
unadorned, pure and simple, unmixed.
middle
intermediate.
musty
old fashioned, oldfashioned.
nondescript
unclassifiable, unclassified, unmemorable.
pervasive
wall to wall, wall-to-wall, all over the place, can't get away from.
poor
subnormal, poorer, niggardly, SUBPAR..
ready-made
readymade.
regular
average, canonical, chronic, commonplace, constant, continual, customary, cyclical, epochal, everyday, frequent, general, monotonous, mundane, normal, ordinary, orthodox, periodic, prevailing, recurrent, rhythmic, standard, steady, stock, traditional, universal, Predominating, metronomic, accustomed, conventional, habitual, regular, routine, usual, Familiar.
rife
thronged.
second-class
second-class, second class.
sufficient
unexceptionable, aplenty.
threadbare
imitative.
unanimous
concordant, consensual, consentient, of one mind, unquestioned, as one, with one voice, in complete accord, with voice.
unclean
feculent, putrescent.
uncleanly
uncleanly.
undistinguished
nothing special, nothing to write home about.
uneventful
unfateful.
unexceptional
unexceptional, unimpressive.
unimaginative
prosaic.
united
unanimous.
universal
generic, mass, master, multinational, omnipresent, prevalent, ubiquitous, all over, allover, collective, general, pandemic, universal, all-over, multi-national.
used to
recognizable, at home with.
vulgar
animal, barbaric, barnyard, base, boorish, brazen, broad, brutish, cheap, chintzy, clumsy, coarse, coarse-grained, cockney, colloquial, crass, crude, degraded, depraved, earthy, garish, gaudy, glaring, graceless, gross, homespun, idiomatic, ignoble, ignominious, ill-bred, indelicate, inelegant, low, obscene, offensive, outlandish, philistine, profane, rank, raw, repulsive, revolting, rough, rude, salty, scandalous, shameless, sleazy, sordid, tactless, tasteless, tawdry, unbecoming, undignified, unpolished, unrefined, unseemly, vulgar, in bad taste, soft-core, hard core.
widespread
on a large scale, outspread, across the board.
worldwide
international, worldwide.
adverb
normally
conventionally, customarily, dominantly, moderately, normally, ordinarily, predominantly, usually.
adverb
lowly
humble.
normally
conventionally, customarily, dominantly, moderately, normally, ordinarily, predominantly, usually.
noun
common
average, coarse, commons, communal, community, democratic, demotic, frequent, general, grassroots, green, group, inferior, informal, lowborn, mutual, ordinary, park, plebeian, popular, public, shared, standard, uncouth, unrefined, unwashed, vernacular, vulgar, Familiar.
commonalty
pleb, ruck.
common people
commonality, commonalty.
commonplace
abiding, accepted, artless, basic, bourgeois, casual, characteristic, conformable, current, dull, fair, hackneyed, homely, household, humble, humdrum, indifferent, innocuous, insipid, lowly, mere, natural, nondescript, obvious, passable, patent, pedestrian, plain, platitudinous, probable, prosaic, provincial, quotidian, second-rate, simple, stale, stereotyped, tedious, tolerable, trite, trivial, typical, unadorned, unassuming, uncultured, undistinguished, uneducated, unique, unnatural, unremarkable, unsophisticated, untutored, unusual, warmed-over, wearisome, workaday, worn-out, overused.
gender
feminine, masculine, masculines, gender-specific.
green
green, lawn, sward, Grassplot, grassplots, swards.
inferior
sad.
location
common, commons, green, park.
plaza
village green.
pleb
bourgeoisie, bourgeoisies.
shared
commonly held, mutually held.
square
square.
substitute
vicarious.
verb
unified
one.
Examples of usage:
  1. The idea passed from one old person to another, and was a common belief, though you do not hear much about it now. – The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries by W. Y. Evans Wentz
  2. Norah's common sense told her that. – A Little Bush Maid by Mary Grant Bruce
  3. But Basine was a clever person with whom everyone seemingly had everything in common. – Gargoyles by Ben Hecht
  4. But these were of a common order. – When Love Calls by Stanley J. Weyman
  5. This was at once replied to, and while five of the vessels kept up their fire upon Inchkeith, the three others turned their attention towards Leith, and commenced to bombard it with common shell. – The Great War in England in 1897 by William Le Queux

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