commonly[ kom-uhn-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF commonly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONLY
We commonly make it the last, if we ever make it at all; but it is the first and the ruling one.
The minute you touch on religion, as commonly understood, you reach the sectarian.
Apples in some form or other are commonly served with goose.
Katy stood in what is commonly designated as a "brown study."
Prisoners, too, are commonly allowed to help themselves in a variety of ways.
The male of the human race is commonly known (to the female) as Mere Man.
But this luxury must be very costly, and therefore not commonly enjoyed.'
To ignore it, and it is too commonly ignored, is to falsify every issue.
Humor and romance often go hand in hand, but humor is commonly fatal to romanticism.
We have chosen the lamb as being one of the animals most commonly reared in this manner.