Sentence for common | Use common in a sentence

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  • It was a common poaching case. (10)
  • We have not one taste in common. (4)
  • A common object brought them together. (10)
  • Then we have a common interest already. (9)
  • We have to treat it with common sense. (10)
  • He never abandoned a common friendship. (10)
  • It was all so mean, and gross, and common. (8)
  • My only reason for saying so is common observation. (10)
  • Yet she has that rare gift To beauty, Common Sense. (10)
  • Common agitators would not hold together, as they do. (10)
  • It was looked upon as something out of the common way. (4)
  • Their common thought was now, Will the chariot follow? (10)
  • I think that ought to be insulting to your common sense. (9)
  • I go upon common sense, common decency. (10)
  • I would gladly be bound by a common undertaking to abstain. (10)
  • He no longer implored her; he put the case on common ground. (10)
  • Such but serve the blood-stained cause of our common enemies. (8)
  • Earthquakes are dreadfuller than common maladies to all of us. (10)
  • And James had more than his common share of courage after lunch. (8)
  • One wonders how the names of many of our nobility become so common. (4)
  • I meet you on common ground, and address myself to your good sense. (10)
  • I love him for his love of common sense, his contempt of mean deceit. (10)
  • In common reason you cannot indulge any legitimate hope of succeeding. (10)
  • One of those men herded like sheep; at the beck and call of common men! (8)
  • But, after all, what religion knits people so closely as a common sport? (2)
  • There are times when common men cannot bear the weight of just so much. (10)
  • And common humanity declared it to be for the common weal! (10)
  • He would call it an offence against common sense, and have no mercy for it. (10)
  • In no other light could you have been more to me than a common acquaintance. (4)
  • The anxieties of common life began soon to succeed to the alarms of romance. (4)
  • And, of course, common sense proved to be right: the lady was quite another. (10)
  • I can have nothing in common with a man who is not to be impressed by music. (10)
  • Susan was her only companion and listener on this, as on more common occasions. (4)
  • He kept it in modest reserve, as common gentlemen keep their physical strength. (10)
  • How were all those similar souls to know themselves apart in their common eternity? (9)
  • Wilfrid still grasped her hand, and led her across the common, away from the rout. (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)
  • Three coaches were bound for Sunbury from a common starting-point at nine of the morning. (10)
  • Such common ground seems a kind of celestial to the better order of those excluded from it. (10)
  • It would be the pity of common sympathy, pure lymph of pity, as nearly disembodied as can be. (10)
  • Weyburn and Aminta were strolling to the playground, thinking in common, as they usually did. (10)
  • They chatted like a couple unexpectedly discovering in one another a common dialect among strangers. (10)
  • He kicked at the bondage to our common fleshly nature imposed on him by the mother of the little animal. (10)
  • About his dress and his neat figure was that studied ease which lifts men from the ruck of common bridegrooms. (8)
  • They were of a common height, and to do so, he had to rise on his toes, so that the effect was but momentary. (10)
  • Modesty, and all that, is very well in its way, but really a little common honesty is sometimes quite as becoming. (4)
  • Simple unfitness can scarcely be conceived of a captain having our common senses and a warranted pilot at his elbow. (10)
  • But he, like a pretty woman, was under no obligation to contribute more than an ornamental person to the common good. (10)
  • Him she owes For half her loveliness a love well won By work that lights the shapeless and the dun, Their common foes. (10)
  • Dr. Shrapnel was planted against the wall outside that raving chamber, at the salient angle of a common prop or buttress. (10)
  • Astonishment and doubt first seized them; and a shortly succeeding ray of common sense added some bitter emotions of shame. (4)
  • 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)
  • Italy, where the common people cared for nothing but the lighter style of tune, has had to build anew, upon foreign foundations. (3)
  • As they belonged to sister branches of the same Service, the General and Mr. Reginald Roller had a theme in common, and a passion. (10)
  • Those ladies were now in the hall, gazing, as mildly as humanity would allow, at their common destiny, thus startlingly displayed. (10)
  • He is a square, short, brown-faced, common looking man, with clipped grey hair fitting him like a cap, and a clipped grey moustache. (8)
  • But, in admitting the plea which common sense puts forward on their behalf, we may fairly ask them to be masculine in their baseness. (10)
  • Could he let himself sink down and merge till he was just unseen leaven of good-fellowship and good-will, working in the common bread? (8)
  • Would it not be common chivalry to make her independent, able to change her affections if she wished, unhampered by monetary troubles? (8)
  • It was impossible for her to have forgotten to feel that this arrival of their common friends must be soon bringing them together again. (4)
  • 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)
  • There was much in common between them; the Italian had the solidity, dignity and nobility of treatment generally associated with the German character. (3)
  • Perhaps the only thing (besides, of course, our common mortality) which we have in common with the excursionists is our love of the trolley-line. (9)

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