commonness[ kom-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF commonness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONNESS
This commonness of mind and tone is often one of the penalties of fellowship.
I'll see, I'll see, after dinner; the commonness of the name has its disadvantages now.
If you do not realize the commonness of these tragedies, may God help you!
I am ashamed of the satisfaction I found myself taking in her commonness.
He liked the fundamental ordinariness in Aaron, the commonness of the common man.
There was very little trace of commonness in Milly's good looks.
I admit the commonness of the expression, but it is not the less a solecism.
In the commonness of their work they became as one: he the body, she the soul.
Meant to be more emphatic than lose, but actually less so, because of its commonness.
If men were judged by their commonness, I would be a chief with plumes in my hat.