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commonness

Synonyms:

acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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Correct spelling:
felicitation
Definition:
CONGRATULATION.

Synonyms:

noun
communication
congratulation, felicitation.
compliment
acclaim, acclamation, admiration, adulation, applause, appreciation, approval, blessing, bouquet, cajolery, commendation, confirmation, congratulations, courtesy, encomium, endorsement, eulogy, favor, good word, homage, honor, laud, laurels, notice, orchid, ovation, panegyric, posy, regard, respects, sanction, sentiment, tribute, veneration, Laudation, COMP, KUDO, pat on the back, warm fuzzy, buttering up.
congratulation
blessing, commendation, compliment, congratulation, recommendation, salute, best wishes, good wishes.
congratulations
compliments, hail, best wishes, good wishes, felicitations, greetings, good work, give a 'hear-hear', good going.
pat on the back
compliment, encouragement, flattery, praise, support, CONGRATS, stroke.
Examples of usage:
  1. He got up suddenly, and after a turn across the room he was in, walked into the other one, and contributed his share to the babble of felicitation or comment that followed what was clearly thought an achievement in musical rendering. – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  2. Perhaps both were ignorant of the secret reasons of his self- felicitation; and it is possible that a sentiment, of a far more generous nature than either of them could imagine, had a full share of its influence in his present feelings. – The Red Rover by James Fenimore Cooper
  3. It would be hard indeed to conceive of anything in marble or bronze, or yet in soaring spans of steel, that would give adequate expression to the pride of the people of the lower Columbia in their river; and so it is a matter of felicitation that they have sought to pay their tribute in another way. – Down the Columbia by Lewis R. Freeman
  4. A chair of Albanian literature at San Demetrio, instituted in 1849 but suppressed after three years, was conferred on him in 1892 by the historian and minister Pasquale Villari; for a considerable time, too, he was director of the communal school at Corigliano, where, with characteristic energy, he set up a printing press; violent journalistic campaigns succeeded one another; in 1896 he arranged for the first congress of Albanian language in that town, which brought together delegates from every part of Italy and elicited a warm telegram of felicitation from the minister Francesco Crispi, himself an Albanian. – Old Calabria by Norman Douglas
  5. Notes of congratulation and felicitation should be sent promptly after receiving the card or note announcement of an engagement or a birth, and in the latter case at least, should be followed by a call. – The Etiquette of To-day by Edith B. Ordway

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