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commonness

Synonyms:

acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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Correct spelling:
penguins

Synonyms:

noun
birds
canaries, grouse, ibis, Cassowaries, Geese, Turkeys, Crows, Barn Owls, Eagles, Emus, Finches, Hawks, Ostriches, Owls, Parrots, Robins, Songbirds, Sparrows, Swallows, cardinals, ducks, albatrosses, bald eagles, birds, bitterns, blackbirds, blue jays, bluebills, bluebirds, bullfinches, buzzards, Canada geese, chickadees, cockatoos, condors, coots, cormorants, cranes, crested jays, cuckoos, curlews, dodos, doves, egrets, falcons, flamingos, goldfinches, grackles, grosbeaks, gulls, harriers, herons, horned owls, hummingbirds, jackdaws, jays, kingfishers, larks, loons, lovebirds, macaws, magpies, mallards, mockingbirds, mourning doves, mynas, nightingales, nuthatches, orioles, ospreys, parakeets, partridges, peacocks, pelicans, peregrines, pheasants, pigeons, plovers, puffins, quetzals, ravens, redbirds, redwings, ringtails, road runners, rooks, sandpipers, sea gulls, sheldrakes, snipes, spoonbills, squabs, starlings, storks, swans, swifts, teals, terns, thrushes, turtledoves, vultures, waxwings, weavers, woodpeckers, wrens, yellowbirds.
Examples of usage:
  1. Then in great glee the seals took to their perpetual water- sports, in which they are as adept as the penguins of the Antarctic. – Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North by Fullerton Waldo
  2. Ay, penguins, Peterkin, penguins- nothing more or less than big sea- birds, as you shall see one of these days when we pay them a visit in our boat, which I mean to set about building the moment we return to our bower. – The Coral Island by R.M. Ballantyne
  3. We kept on to the southward, passed no less than eighteen ice islands, and saw more penguins. – A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, Volume 1 by James Cook
  4. In the morning of the 29th we let them out again, and set top- gallant- sails; still continuing our course to the westward, and meeting with several penguins. – A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, Volume 1 by James Cook
  5. The next forenoon, we passed some sea- weed and a number of penguins; on which we sounded, but got no ground with 100 fathoms of line. – An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island by John Hunter

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