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Common

Synonyms for common:

Sense 3

decent, ruck, sufficient, all-right, acceptable, lesser, mob, single, tidy, satisfactory, adequate.

Sense 4

respectable, dull, widespread, Among, prolific, shabby.

Sense 5

crowd, With, folk.

admissible

passable.

barren

unimaginative.

commonplace

platitudinous, proverbial.

community

civic, community.

global

worldwide.

group A

group a.

hackneyed

trite.

middle class

bourgeois.

monotonous

humdrum.

ordinary

indifferent, undistinguished, plain.

passable

tolerable.

preternatural

supernatural.

silica

opal.

stale

prosy.

tawdry

tinsel.

trite

ready-made, musty, threadbare, uninspiring.

uninteresting

nondescript.

up-to-date

modern.

white-collar

middle class.

widespread

rife.

worn out

hackneyed.

Other synonyms and related words:

plebeian, substandard, prosaic, shabby, platitudinous, humble, workaday, poor, cheesy, trite, vernacular, unexceptional, park, informal, simple, prosy, proverbial, lowly, commons, plain, sad, communal, conjoint, public, popular, shoddy, wretched, miserable, inferior.

acceptable (adjective)

goodish.

average (adjective)

middle-of-the-road, mean, mezzo, moderate, mediocre, dominant, mid, ordinary, stereotype, stock, middling, customary, standard, medium, predominant, run-of-the-mill, everyday, midmost, commonplace, average, halfway, normal, median, conventional, usual.

average, ordinary (adjective)

mediocre, humdrum, simple, passable, conventional, stock, workaday, commonplace, prevailing, prosaic, banal, routine, natural, plain, undistinguished, frequent, standard, trite, colloquial, general, bourgeois, universal, run-of-the-mill, daily, customary, usual, prevalent, everyday, Familiar, monotonous, hackneyed, habitual, typical, informal, regular.

cheap (adjective)

junky.

co-operative (adjective)

collective, co-active, collusive, collaborative, coefficient, mutual, co-operative, co-operating, bilateral, shared.

colloquial (adjective)

demotic.

combined (adjective)

conjoint.

democratic (adjective)

populist.

disreputable (adjective)

sleazy.

dull (adjective)

prosy, uninspiring.

frequent (adjective)

frequent, often, usual, repeated, recurrent, habitual, many, prevalent.

generally known; held in common (adjective)

constant, conjunct, mutual, collective, communal, generic, widespread, social, public, united, community, shared, reciprocal, conjoint, corporate, popular.

habitual (adjective)

Familiar, recurrent, custom, conditioned, conventional, repeated, well-worn, regular, routine, Acclimated, timeworn, accustomed, habitual.

hackneyed (adjective)

timeworn, well-worn.

humble (adjective)

proletarian.

inferior (adjective)

low-grade, low-rent.

low (adjective)

ill-bred, undignified, poor.

low, coarse (adjective)

second-rate, plebeian, middling, low-grade, cheap, nondescript, shoddy, raffish, mean, sleazy, baseborn, inferior, poor, philistine, prosy, crass, vulgar.

lowly (adjective)

lowborn, baseborn, unwashed, Declassed.

mediocre (adjective)

normal, mean, mediocre, ordinary, routine, second-rate, banal, standard, usual, suburban, so-so, average, modest, mundane.

middle (adjective)

intermediate.

regular (adjective)

normal, monotonous, universal, periodic, constant, metronomic, usual, commonplace, recurrent, standard, average, stock, orthodox, prevailing, habitual, epochal, Predominating, accustomed, chronic, everyday, canonical, regular, traditional, customary, continual, routine, rhythmic, cyclical, Familiar, ordinary, general, frequent, conventional, mundane, steady.

second-class (adjective)

second class.

unexceptional (adjective)

unexceptional.

unimaginative (adjective)

prosaic.

united (adjective)

unanimous.

universal (adjective)

generic, master, collective, ubiquitous, mass, omnipresent, general, universal, prevalent.

vulgar (adjective)

outlandish, graceless, tactless, vulgar, coarse, clumsy, unseemly, depraved, scandalous, offensive, low, repulsive, brutish, sordid, coarse-grained, barbaric, idiomatic, philistine, in bad taste, rough, brazen, raw, glaring, unpolished, base, garish, rank, shameless, degraded, boorish, ignominious, unrefined, crude, undignified, ill-bred, earthy, profane, animal, indelicate, inelegant, gaudy, ignoble, cheap, crass, gross, sleazy, homespun, barnyard, unbecoming, cockney, tawdry, salty, obscene, colloquial, chintzy, rude, revolting, broad, tasteless.

widespread (adjective)

across the board.

worldwide (adjective)

worldwide.

normally (adverb)

moderately, customarily, usually, dominantly, predominantly, normally, conventionally, ordinarily.

lowly (adverb)

humble.

normally (adverb)

moderately, customarily, usually, dominantly, predominantly, normally, conventionally, ordinarily.

Sense 1 (noun)

below, above, chief, A-list, B-list, elite, genteel.

Sense 2 (noun)

perpetual, frequently, regularly, repeatedly.

Sense 4 (noun)

indivisible, corporate, uneven, Among, distributed, undivided.

Sense 5 (noun)

flightless, webbed, full-fledged, fledged, crested, great, lesser, migratory, conjoint, gregarious.

Sense 7 (noun)

low-class, widespread.

Sense 8 (noun)

typical.

Sense 9 (noun)

humble, baseborn, lowly, Declassed.

Sense 11 (noun)

tolerable, fairish, decent, adequate, all-right, passable, sufficient, goodish, respectable, tidy, satisfactory, acceptable, fair.

Sense 12 (noun)

low quality, better, low-grade, substandard, second class, second-rate, shabby.

Sense 13 (noun)

infamous, notorious.

common (noun)

inferior, uncouth, mutual, public, group, community, vulgar, informal, average, unrefined, vernacular, unwashed, grassroots, demotic, standard, ordinary, park, frequent, coarse, green, popular, commons, communal, plebeian, lowborn, shared, Familiar, general, democratic.

commonalty (noun)

ruck.

common people (noun)

commonality, commonalty.

green (noun)

green.

inferior (noun)

sad.

location (noun)

commons, park, green.

substitute (noun)

vicarious.

unified (verb)

one.

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