cominwr, gominwr, cominwyr, chominwr, chominwyr, gominwyr, nghominwr, nghominwyr
Noun(1) a person who holds no title
Adjective(1) belonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public(2) having no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual(3) common to or shared by two or more parties(4) commonly encountered, or familiar(5) being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language(6) of or associated with the great masses of people(7) of low or inferior quality or value(8) lacking refinement or cultivation or taste(9) to be expected; standard
(1) It is submitted that Mr Podger and his ancestors have had grazing rights as a statutory commoner of the 5,000 acres at the Curragh.(2) If no one wanted to give him an award, the choice went back to University College to take him as a commoner if they wished.(3) In 1596, aged 14, he was enrolled as gentleman commoner at University College, Oxford.(4) He was educated at Charterhouse School in London and was nominated by his schoolmaster for an exhibition to Christ church College, Oxford to which he was admitted as a commoner in 1720.(5) Many nobles viewed him as a commoner and only royal by marriage.(6) this is the story of the commoner who married a king(7) It is surely relevant that he entered Oxford as a commoner .(8) Diana, on the other hand, was a commoner (albeit an aristocrat) who worked in a common job when her engagement to Prince Charles was announced.(9) 'Thank goodness I'll never have to go through [that] again', he wrote of his time at Marlborough, before entering Magdalen College as a commoner in Michaelmas term 1925.(10) Damion and I, however, were only peasants, commoners seeking a means of escape from the terrors of poverty.(11) The clerks, who prepared legal documents, registered deeds, and issued licences, were commoners who did not own property, hold degrees, or belong to the elite gentry families.(12) The emperors feared that extending the use of gold might enable commoners to accumulate individual wealth - and build a power base that might eventually challenge the throne.(13) They are the responsibility of commoners with grazing rights in the Forest.(14) What will happen to the commoners and the verderers?(15) Indeed, just a glance at Europe reveals that in many places not only monarchs, clergy, and nobles but also commoners had obtained land and a lifestyle to go with it.(16) During this time Louis XIV was in power and royalty lived in ridiculous comforts while French commoners starved.
(1) common :: cyffredin
1. common man ::
2. ordinary ::
3. usual ::
4. widespread ::
5. collective ::
ar y cyd
6. uncouth ::
7. mutual ::
8. plebeian ::
9. vernacular ::
10. coarse ::
Different Formscommoner, commoners
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