Synonyms of 'common'
coarse or vulgar
The film's low comedy is never unlikeable.
lowly, esp. in social rank or education
We are just plain people.
He had a cockney accent and an alarmingly plebeian manner.
individuals who have gone against the prevailing opinion
widespread or common
Smoking is becoming increasingly prevalent among younger women.
open to all
a public library
following a set rule or normal practice
Children are encouraged to make reading a regular routine.
relating to or characteristic of routine
a series of routine medical tests
ordinary or average
I was a run-of-the-mill kind of student.
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Thesaurus for common from the Collins English Thesaurus