Sentence for common | Use common in a sentence

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  • It is too common a fault. (4)
  • We are common Protestants. (10)
  • You exaggerate common kindness. (10)
  • A common donkey compared to her! (10)
  • One thing he shows common sense in. (10)
  • His common sense was much afflicted. (10)
  • Clotilde said it was common curiosity. (10)
  • It was all so mean, and gross, and common. (8)
  • You have been listening to a common creed. (10)
  • They held a dark unspoken secret in common. (10)
  • Shall he convoke multitudes on Wimbledon Common? (10)
  • Yes, she was a gem, even if she had a common soul. (8)
  • Mr. Samuels had better serve me with a common writ. (22)
  • Their common thought was now, Will the chariot follow? (10)
  • They went up to it and stopped as by a common impulse. (12)
  • The spring I always think requires more than common care. (4)
  • Did she expect more than the common sense of it to be said? (10)
  • He envied Redworth the common friendly right to be near her. (10)
  • A common but not disagreeable odour came from her hair and skin. (12)
  • To kill the deer and be sorry for the suffering wretch is common. (10)
  • He had expressed himself as to coming, with more than common certainty. (4)
  • Percy had not a common interest in fiction; still less for high comedy. (10)
  • Their breathing in common was just heard if either drew a deeper breath. (10)
  • Chillon arrived from England to see the common grave of both his parents. (10)
  • Among the playmates of my childhood little erotic friendships were common. (12)
  • In no other light could you have been more to me than a common acquaintance. (4)
  • The common woman in them made cheer together after their own April fashion. (10)
  • And, of course, common sense proved to be right: the lady was quite another. (10)
  • He at least did not think so, and Colonel Halkett relied on his common sense. (10)
  • Robert waited for the sound of the bells with the emotions of a common culprit. (10)
  • How were all those similar souls to know themselves apart in their common eternity? (9)
  • A gentleman of real nobleness does not carry the common light for us to read him by. (10)
  • Charges of cynicism are common against all satirists, Thackeray had to bear with them. (10)
  • And ask yourself, my Carlo, could a king move in such an enterprise as a common person? (10)
  • All he has done has been to bring sound common sense to bear upon what he hears and sees. (10)
  • Houses and people seemed to welcome the wild youth to common sense, simplicity, and home. (10)
  • Such common ground seems a kind of celestial to the better order of those excluded from it. (10)
  • But she was not engaged in the colloquy to be an advocate of Miss Dale or of common humanity. (10)
  • The craven feeling was common to them all, which made it still more difficult to forgive her. (10)
  • The defeat of our common enemies imposes on us the sacred duty of feeding ourselves once more. (8)
  • She needed the brink of some abyss, some bitter fume, some transcendence of common boundaries. (12)
  • I could have done nearly what I liked with him; his skill was that of a common regimental sabreur. (10)
  • Fellow ought to be taken up and committed as a common vagabond, and would be anywhere but in London. (10)
  • You are my witness, Tresten, that for a young woman of common honesty I was ready to pack and march. (10)
  • In this struggle, mental and polite, over the common topic of money, she expected him to assert himself. (13)
  • We are all trying to get out of the ranks, to leave the common work to be done by others, to be leaders. (13)
  • Her voice now, even in common speaking, had that vibrating richness which in her singing swept his nerves. (10)
  • Apart from obvious reasons for discomfiture, he had that feeling towards Art common to so many of his caste. (8)
  • Perfect happiness, even in memory, is not common; and there were two points on which she was not quite easy. (4)
  • Algernon said this, and entrenched his fluttering spirit behind common sense, but he found it a cold corner. (22)
  • Was he not perhaps to be pitied in his bondage to the Frenchwoman, who could have no ideas in common with him? (10)
  • Diana heard him counselling the waggoner as to the common sense of meeting small accidents with a cheerful soul. (10)
  • You will mark in them constantly a reverence for the laws of their being, and a natural obedience to common sense. (10)
  • They were simple sophistries, fabricated to suit his needs, readily taking and bearing the imprimatur of common sense. (10)
  • In running over a common tow-boat on a perfectly clear night like this there should have been no noise and no perceptible jar. (9)
  • The downright hard-nailed coffin fact was there; the wealthiest man in the country had flown away to Shadowland a common Mr.! (10)
  • Your hands are touching a hundred things, dirty and common and ugly, that once did not so much as enter the circle of your life. (12)
  • It seemed to him that they had gone back to the old ground of common artistic interest which he had found so pleasant the summer before. (9)
  • Sally, or rather Sarah (for what young lady of common gentility will reach the age of sixteen without altering her name as far as she can? (4)
  • That is so intelligently understood among us here in Lalugnan that suicide is common, and our word for sufferer is the same as that for fool. (7)
  • It is one of two evidently designed by the same architect who built some houses in a characteristic taste on Beacon Street opposite the Common. (9)
  • The common knowledge almost kindled an illuminating spark in her brain; but she was left in the dark, and thought him strangely divining, or only strange. (10)
  • Her Grace, the pastrycook said, had partaken of several tarts, in common with the gentleman, who complimented him upon his excelling the Continental confectioner. (10)

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