common in a sentence

The King never speaks to the common people.

We have nothing in common .

They don’t have anything in common at all.

Isolation is the common lot of man.

A German proverb observes that both noble and common blood are the same color.

This is a basic factor that can even be said to be the common lot of man, it certainly doesn’t apply only to Germans.

During the Ch’ing dynasty, the local nobility and elite of China supported themselves by extracting taxes and rents from the common people.

Discussion question: What are the principal commodities exported by your country? common
They have something in common with each other.

There is a Spanish proverb which states that women and wine rid a man of his common sense.

It is not cowardly to be afraid when you are in great danger.

It is common sense.

The dark, primitive huts that were once common for rural laborers in Bolivia are fast becoming a thing of the past.

Homesickness is a common problem associated with the experience of culture shock.

They say that even a common man can become President of the USA, but nowadays all our presidents are very wealthy men.

In my understanding, those two experiments do not have common factors.

Car accidents, and snowboarding are the two most common sources of whiplash injuries, according to medical statistics.

Line-ups at food banks have become a common occurrence in a city where these organizations didn’t even exist 20 years ago.

He has nothing in common with her as to their tastes.

European countries now share a common currency known as the euro.

We have absolutely nothing in common .

The garden is common to the two houses.

In biology, the wings of an insect and a bird are considered analogous in that they developed independently as adaptations to the common function of enabling flight.

The common male housefly completes its entire life cycle in just 17 days.

It is quite common for women to go out to work.

Somerset Maugham once said that imagination grows by exercise, and contrary to common belief, is more powerful in the mature than in the young.

This is international common sense, the great principle of resource management.

In Russia, when a friend is leaving on a trip, it is common for this person and a close friend or spouse to sit in silence on the traveler’s packed suitcases for a few minutes before he or she leaves.

This moment of togetherness is believed to cause the traveler to have a safe journey.

Bringing a bottle of wine as a gift when you are invited for supper is a common convention in this country.

It is quite common in North America for homes to have a one or twocar garage.

Francois Duc de la Rochefoucauld said that we seldom attribute common sense except to those who agree with us.

Nazi leader Hermann Goering once suggested that the common people naturally don’t want war, but it is the leaders of a country who determine policy, so it is always a simple matter to drag the people along.

There is a Yiddish proverb which tells us to seek advice, but use one’s own common sense.

No one can blame children for thinking that violence is a normal way to solve problems because it is so common on television.

As great a scientist as he is, he lacks common sense.

common sources of indoor air pollution include tobacco smoke, biological organisms, building materials and furnishings, cleaning agents, copy machines, and pesticides.

War will be a catastrophe for the world, now that nuclear arms are so common .

Lobster was so common in eighteenth-century Maine that it was used for fertilizer on farms.

There is a Persian proverb that observes that one pound of learning requires ten pounds of common sense to apply it.

Who that has common sense can believe such a thing?