common[ kom-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF common
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMON
This was a common practice during the festival of Thargelia, in honour of Phœbus.
One of them common Pullmans is good enough fur Marthy and me.
They are valuable, but he can do but common things with them because he knows not their possibilities.
All the systems of writing of the ancient people of Asia had one thing in common.
They called him a King or a prince and obeyed his orders for their own common benefit.
They are money entrusted to him to be used for the common good.
By common consent he was pre-eminently God-fearing, orderly and conscientious.
We are held by particular bonds of sympathy and common interest with them.
Of course, in times of peace, they may facilitate the common business of politics.
In such a spirit on my part and on yours we face our common difficulties.