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Synonyms Dictionary

-n. 7. green, square, village green or square; commons, quadrangle, mall, greensward, grassplot; park, campus.

commonalty, n. 1. the public, the general public, the many, the great unnumbered; multitude, crowd, world at large; populace, citizenry, proletariat, hoi polloi, bourgeoisie, the masses, the humbler classes, rank and file; commoners, peasantry, salt of the earth; the lower classes, low life, dregs, underlings, riffraff, Inf. the great unwashed; mob, rabble, hoard, herd, rout.
2. society, community, commonwealth, state, body politic; stockholders, shareholders, participants, membership.

commoner, n. 1. common person, one of the people, everyman, the common man, one of the crowd, Inf one of the mob, Inf. John Q. Public, Inf John Doe, Inf. John Smith, Inf. the man in the street; citizen, plebeian, pleb, proletarian, Fr. roturier; peasant, nobody, underling.
2. householder, townsman, burgher.

commonly, adv. 1. without distinction, without originality, tritely, without inspiration, lacking spirit, indifferently, indiscriminately, without thought or effort, SI. without a brain cell ticking; tolerably, ineffectually, perfunctorily, carelessly, negligently, idly, superficially, sloppily, Inf. any old way; badly, wretchedly, ignobly, unworthily; cheaply, meanly, negatively; with bad grace, rudely, uncivilly, sullenly, insolently, impudently; tastelessly, vulgarly, coarsely, showing ill breeding, lewdly, vilely, basely, contemptibly.
2. usually, generally, ordinarily, normally, in general; currently, popularly, conventionally, familiarly, universally; customarily, according to custom, in the usual way, in the natural order of things, by force of habit, habitually; as a matter of course, on an average, as a rule, most often, generally speaking, for the most part; daily, day by day, again and again, over and over, repeatedly.

commonplace, adj. 1. ordinary, usual, general, undistinguished, unimpressive, mediocre, pedestrian, everyday, homely, workaday, Inf. run-of-the-mill; uninteresting, tame, dull, slow, sober; monotonous, boring, tedious, tiresome, wearisome, humdrum, unvaried.
2. trite, hackneyed, platitudinous, bromidic, familiar, stock, oft-repeated, stereotyped, tautological; trivial, prosaic, banal, dry, matter-of-fact, prosy; stale, tired, thin, threadbare, worn-out, not new, unimaginative, Inf old-hat, Inf moth-eaten, Inf warmed-over; colloquial, popular, vernacular, provincial; unassuming, artless, unsophisticated, untutored, uncultured, vulgar, non-literary, uneducated, jargonal, Inf. jar-gony, Inf slangy. -n. 3. cliche, platitude, Inf bromide, old maxim, axiom, truism; prosaism, stereotype, hackneyed expression, trite saying, banality, triviality, common sentiment, twaddle, familiar tune, saw, Inf. same old song, Inf chestnut.

common sense, n. practicality, sound judgment, good or plain sense; discernment, prudence, sound perception; native wit or intelligence, mother wit, intuition, Inf horse sense; practical wisdom or knowledge, judiciousness, sound thinking, balanced judgment, worldly wisdom, Inf. the voice of experience; presence or coolness of mind, level-headedness, reasonableness, perspective, balance, ballast; composure, calmness, sang-froid; shrewdness, cleverness, resourcefulness.

common-sense, adj. sound, practical, sensible, com-monsensible, commonsensical; wise, sagacious, judicious, just, prudent, intelligent; level-headed, cool, clearheaded, down-to-earth, matter-of-fact; logical, rational, sane, reasonable, dispassionate, cool and calm, sober; well-thought-out, solid, experienced, well-founded, soundly based, well-grounded, based on facts; sensible, shrewd, astute, hard-headed, expedient, politic; open-minded, unprejudiced, unbiased, unjaundiced; understandable, plausible, credible, believable.

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