commoners[ kom-uh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF commoners
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONERS
"Peers have their troubles as much as commoners," commented Ulyth.
The merchants, the nobles, the commoners—all are adjusted to match the same colour.
Any little charlatan from among the commoners is cleverer than you!
Why were there commoners, who sat as representatives of the people?
This act of the commoners is the beginning of the French Revolution.
To this protest nineteen peers and forty-six commoners adhered.
The commoners from Scotland also had their doubts about the Union.
The condition of the nobles and commoners who had taken the part of the impostor was pitiable.
Rich and poor, the court and the commoners, all rode out with one impulse.
The Hva7 or commoners form the mass of the population of Imrina.