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commonness

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acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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wit
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Synonyms:

noun
cunning
art, cunning, deviousness, guile, ingenuity, mastery, skill, slickness, slipperiness, sly, smoothness, subtlety, wariness, snakiness.
downhearted
at a loss, desperate, helpless, hopeless, troubled.
experience
background, competence, experience, practice, proficiency, savoir-faire, sophistication, wisdom.
facility
skillfulness, Propensities, leanings, smooth sailing.
gumption
commonsense, perspicaciousness, sagaciousness, get up and go.
healthiness
soundness.
humor
aphorism, badinage, banter, bon mot, burlesque, drollery, facetiousness, fun, gag, jest, jocularity, joke, lark, levity, pleasantry, practical joke, prank, pun, quip, raillery, repartee, sally, satire, trick, whimsicality, wisecrack, wittiness, wordplay.
humorist
actor, author, buffoon, card, clown, columnist, comedian, comic, copywriter, dramatist, essayist, gagman, humorist, jester, joker, playwright, prankster, punster, scriptwriter, wag, writer, Banterer, belletrist, cutup, funnyman, word smith.
imagination
ideality, imaginativeness, perceptibility, unreality, visualization, Idealities, visualizations, creative thought, mental agility, unrealities.
intelligence
precocity, subtlety, trenchancy, IQS, what it takes, the right stuff.
levity
fickleness.
perceptiveness
perceptiveness, clearsightedness.
person who is very funny
card, comedian, comic, humorist, jester, joker, jokester, madcap, punster, trickster, wag, Banterer, Epigrammatist, cutup, quipster, wisecracker, farceur, jokesmith, life of the party, a million laughs, gag person, funster.
reason
generalization, intellection, marbles, rationalism, sens, sound mind, intellections, generalizations.
sanity
judiciousness, saneness, Normalities, clear mind, good judgment, healthy mind, right mind.
scream
sidesplitter.
sense
sense, clearheadedness, clear-headedness.
sound judgment
common sense.
soundness
Integrality.
wit
adroitness, artfulness, astuteness, brain, brainpower, brilliance, card, cleverness, comedy, craftiness, deftness, facility, finesse, foxiness, humor, humour, ingeniousness, intellect, inventiveness, irony, learning ability, mental capacity, mentality, quickness, resourcefulness, scintillation, scurrility, sharpness, shrewdness, slyness, sophistry, trickiness, urbanity, wag, wiliness, witticism, wittiness, Canniness, Cunningness, Subtleness, drollness.
Examples of usage:
  1. Do you forget that there are gentlemen of wit and breeding at the Court?" – Simon Dale by Anthony Hope
  2. My mare is my fortune, my sword is my argument and my wit is in my arm. – Khaled, A Tale of Arabia by F. Marion Crawford
  3. Beauty, wit, and wine. – Routledge's Manual of Etiquette by George Routledge
  4. The man stopped to smile at his own wit. – The-Motor-Girls-on-a-Tour by Penrose, Margaret
  5. One may question their wisdom, or wit, or beauty, but about their fight there can be no question. – Tom Brown's School Days by Thomas Hughes

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