Definition of 'common knowledge'
Example sentences containing 'common knowledge'
Your, um, relationship has been common knowledge to Mrs Marion and her children for some considerable time.TICKLED PINK (2002) SUMMER OF SECRETS (2002)
This island is such a village that everything we talked about would have been common knowledge by sundown.YELLOW BIRD (2002)
Definition of common knowledge from the Collins English Dictionary
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