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commonness

Synonyms:

acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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Correct spelling:
due
Definition:
Exactly: directly.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
due.
appropriate, proper
becoming, coming, condign, deserved, earned, equitable, fair, fit, fitting, good, just, justified, merited, obligatory, requisite, right, rightful, suitable, Rhadamanthine.
commensurate
coextensive, in accord, co-extensive.
deserving
righteous, Thankworthy, Praisable.
ensuing
approaching, coming, destined, ensuing, eventual, forthcoming, future, impending, Looming, oncoming.
expected
predictable, anticipated, expected, foreseeable, planned, promised, scheduled, prepared for, planned for, hoped for, looked for.
just
equable, equitable, fair, good, honorable, just, lawful, right, square, even-handed, condign, well-deserved.
legal
granted, within the law, contractual, precedented, Enforcible, sure enough.
owing
in debt, attributable.
rightful
rightful, moralistic, holding water, twenty-four carat.
sufficient
unexceptionable, aplenty.
suitable
fitting, more suitable, adequate, appropriate, copacetic, deserved, enough, fit, proper, rightful, in character, in keeping, up to snuff, user friendly.
taxable
assessable, dutiable, ratable.
unpaid
in arrears, unpaid, owing, uncompensated, unrewarded, unsalaried, Unliquidated, unremunerated, unrecompensed, Undefrayed, freewilled, not discharged, past due, unindemnified.
unpaid; owing money
chargeable, collectible, expected, in arrears, iou, mature, outstanding, overdue, owed, payable, receivable, scheduled, unsatisfied, unsettled, Unliquidated, not met, to be paid.
adverb
all
due.
directly
dead, direct, exactly, straight, Straightly, undeviatingly.
adverb
dead
Straightly, undeviatingly.
straight
lineally, straightforwardly, pointblank, in direct line.
noun
attribute
due.
comeuppance
due reward, just punishment.
debt
encumbrance, liabilities, red ink, in the hole, in hock, below the line, dead horse, outstandings.
due
adequate, ample, anticipated, appropriate, correct, deserved, enough, expected, fitting, in arrears, justified, merited, outstanding, owed, owing, payable, proper, required, requisite, right, rightful, scheduled, sufficient, suitable, unpaid, long-awaited, plenty of.
due to
birthright, contribution, dead, exactly, fee, levy, precisely, prerogative, privilege, straight, subscription, Rights, owing to, merits, because of, membership fee, as a result of, pay dues, caused by, come-uppance, direct(ly), give him his due, (just) deserts, charge(s).
expected reward
claim, comeuppance, compensation, deserts, entitlement, guerdon, interest, need, payment, perquisite, prerogative, privilege, rate, recompense, repayment, reprisal, retaliation, retribution, revenge, satisfaction, title, vengeance, Rights, merits, what is coming to one, be in line for.
heritage
birthright.
justice
fairness.
justness
justness.
mature
accrue, be owing, become payable, reach maturity.
possession
due.
title
entitlement, medal, entitlements.
unpaid
chargeable, matured, outstanding, overdue, owed, owing, payable, receivable, unpaid, unsettled.
Examples of usage:
  1. He once again declared that that death would be due to the story I knew, and to nothing else. – Emily Brontë by A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson
  2. And forget not that all things are due to its working. – Happiness and Marriage by Elizabeth (Jones) Towne
  3. Otherwise, the States would have sent due notice to his Majesty. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley
  4. It was due you. – Angela's Business by Henry Sydnor Harrison
  5. The freight's nearly due. – Carmen's Messenger by Harold Bindloss

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