commonalty[ kom-uh-nl-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF commonalty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONALTY
The sires had been persons whom it had been possible for the commonalty to respect.
These two extremes document a commonalty of human self-constitution.
He was the sense of the commonalty carried to its highest degree.
The king granted to the commonalty of London to have a common seal.
Politicians, as has been said, live in the repute of the commonalty.
And the good man, representing the commonalty, was frozen into silence.
But over all must come recognition of the commonalty of man.
The names of those elected by the Commonalty have not come down to us.
The commonalty in the streets were wild, unshorn, and in rags.
The gentlefolk are pious, and the commonalty are not irreligious.