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parcel parcel of land piece of ground piece of land
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commonahaving no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual
commonabelonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public
commonna piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area
commonscommonly encountered
commonsbeing or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language
commonsof or associated with the great masses of people
commonsto be expected; standard
commonslacking refinement or cultivation or taste
commonscommon to or shared by two or more parties
commonsof low or inferior quality or value
common ageratumnsmall tender herb grown for its fluffy brushlike blue to lavender blooms
common aldernmedium-sized tree with brown-black bark and woody fruiting catkins; leaves are hairy beneath
common allamandanvigorous evergreen climbing plant of South America having glossy leathery foliage and golden yellow flowers
common american shadnshad of Atlantic coast of North America; naturalized to Pacific coast
common amsinckianannual of western United States with coiled spikes of yellow-orange coiled flowers
common apricotntemperate zone tree bearing downy yellow to rosy fruits
common arrowheadna weed
common axnan ax with a long handle and a head that has one cutting edge and one blunt side
common axenan ax with a long handle and a head that has one cutting edge and one blunt side
common bamboonextremely vigorous bamboo having thin-walled culms striped green and yellow; so widely cultivated that native area is uncertain
common barberrynupright deciduous European shrub widely naturalized in United States having clusters of juicy berries
common barleyngrass yielding grain used for breakfast food and animal feed and in malt beverages
common basilnannual or perennial of tropical Asia having spikes of small white flowers and aromatic leaves; one of the most important culinary herbs; used in salads, casseroles, sauces and some liqueurs
common beannany of numerous beans eaten either fresh or dried
common beannthe common annual twining or bushy bean plant grown for its edible seeds or pods
common bean plantnthe common annual twining or bushy bean plant grown for its edible seeds or pods
common bearberrynevergreen mat-forming shrub of North America and northern Eurasia having small white flowers and red berries; leaves turn red in autumn
common beechnlarge European beech with minutely-toothed leaves; widely planted as an ornamental in North America
common beetnbiennial Eurasian plant usually having a swollen edible root; widely cultivated as a food crop
common bile ductna duct formed by the hepatic and cystic ducts; opens into the duodenum
common birchnEuropean birch with silvery white peeling bark and markedly drooping branches
common bird cherrynsmall European cherry tree closely resembling the American chokecherry
common blackfishnsmall dark-colored whale of the Atlantic coast of the United States; the largest male acts as pilot or leader for the school
common bog rosemarynerect to procumbent evergreen shrub having pendent clusters of white or pink flowers; of sphagnum peat bogs and other wet acidic areas in northern Europe
common booklousena variety of booklouse
common boxnlarge slow-growing evergreen shrub or small tree with multiple stems; extensively used for hedges or borders and topiary figures
common brant goosenthe best known variety of brant goose
common broomndeciduous erect spreading broom native to western Europe; widely cultivated for its rich yellow flowers
common burdockna plant that is ubiquitous in all but very acid soil; found in most of Europe and North Africa
common buttercupnperennial Old World buttercup with golden to sulphur yellow flowers in late spring to early summer; naturalized in North America
common calamintnmint-scented perennial of central and southern Europe
common camasnplant having a large edible bulb and linear basal leaves and racemes of light to deep violet-blue star-shaped flowers on tall green scapes; western North America
common canarynnative to the Canary Islands and Azores; popular usually yellow cage bird noted for its song
common capernprostrate spiny shrub of the Mediterranean region cultivated for its greenish flower buds which are pickled
common cardinal veinnthe major return channels to the heart; formed by anastomosis of the anterior and posterior cardinal veins
common carline thistlenEurasian thistle growing in sand dunes and dry chalky soils
common carotidnruns upward in the neck and divides into the external and internal carotid arteries
common carotid arterynruns upward in the neck and divides into the external and internal carotid arteries
common carrierna person or firm in the business of transporting people or goods or messages
common chickweedna common low-growing annual garden weed with small white flowers; cosmopolitan; so-called because it is eaten by chickens
common chordna three-note major or minor chord; a note and its third and fifth tones
common cockscombngarden annual with featherlike spikes of red or yellow flowers
common coldna mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs)
common comfreynEuropean herb having small white, pink or purple flowers; naturalized as a weed in North America
common coral treensmall South American spiny tree with dark crimson and scarlet flowers solitary or clustered
common corn saladnwidely cultivated as a salad crop and pot herb; often a weed
common cotton grassnhaving densely tufted white cottony or downlike glumes
common daisynlow-growing Eurasian plant with yellow central disc flowers and pinkish-white outer ray flowers
common dandelionnEurasian plant widely naturalized as a weed in North America; used as salad greens and to make wine
common denominatornan attribute that is common to all members of a category
common denominatornan integer that is a common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions
common devil's clawnannual of southern United States to Mexico having large whitish or yellowish flowers mottled with purple and a long curving beak
common divisornan integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly
common dogbanenNorth American perennial having pinkish flowers in loose cymes; used in folk medicine for pain or inflammation in joints
common dolphinnblack-and-white dolphin that leaps high out of the water
common duckweednof temperate regions except eastern Asia and Australia
common eelneels that live in fresh water as adults but return to sea to spawn; found in Europe and America; marketed both fresh and smoked
common elandndark fawn-colored eland of southern and eastern Africa
common elderna common shrub with black fruit or a small tree of Europe and Asia; fruit used for wines and jellies
common eranthe time period beginning with the supposed year of Christ's birth
common erarof the period coinciding with the Christian era; preferred by some writers who are not Christians
common european ashntall ash of Europe to the Caucasus having leaves shiny dark-green above and pale downy beneath
common european dogwoodnEuropean deciduous shrub turning red in autumn having dull white flowers
common european earwignsometimes destructive to cultivated bulbs
common european jaynfawn-colored jay with black-and-white crest and blue-and-black wings
common evening primrosena coarse biennial of eastern North America with yellow flowers that open in the evening; naturalized in Europe
common facial veinnvein formed by union of facial vein and the retromandibular vein and emptying into the jugular vein
common factornan integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly
common fatena Gestalt principle of organization holding that aspects of perceptual field that move or function in a similar manner will be perceived as a unit
common faultnan inclined fault in which the hanging wall appears to have slipped downward relative to the footwall
common fennelnleaves used for seasoning
common fennelnstrongly aromatic with a smell of aniseed; leaves and seeds used for seasoning
common fignMediterranean tree widely cultivated for its edible fruit
common fig treenMediterranean tree widely cultivated for its edible fruit
common flat peanlow spreading evergreen shrub of southern Australia having triangular to somewhat heart-shaped foliage and orange-yellow flowers followed by flat winged pods
common four-o'clockncommon garden plant of North America having fragrant red or purple or yellow or white flowers that open in late afternoon
common foxgloventall leafy European biennial or perennial having spectacular clusters of large tubular pink-purple flowers; leaves yield drug digitalis and are poisonous to livestock
common fractionnthe quotient of two integers
common frontna movement in which several individuals or groups with different interests join together
common garden cressnannual herb used as salad green and garnish
common garter snakena garter snake that is widespread in North America
common gingerntropical Asian plant widely cultivated for its pungent root; source of gingerroot and powdered ginger
common goodnthe good of a community
common grape hyacinthnprolific species having particularly beautiful dark blue flowers
common grape vinencommon European grape cultivated in many varieties; chief source of Old World wine and table grapes
common groundna basis agreed to by all parties for reaching a mutual understanding
common gum cistusnshrub having white flowers and viscid stems and leaves yielding a fragrant oleoresin used in perfumes especially as a fixative
common heathnspindly upright shrub of southern Australia and Tasmania having white to rose or purple-red flowers
common heathnsmall erect shrub of Australia and Tasmania with fragrant ivory flowers
common hopnEuropean twining plant whose flowers are used chiefly to flavor malt liquors; cultivated in America
common hopsnEuropean twining plant whose flowers are used chiefly to flavor malt liquors; cultivated in America
common horehoundnEuropean aromatic herb with hairy leaves and numerous white flowers in axillary cymes; leaves yield a bitter extract use medicinally and as flavoring
common horsetailnof Eurasia and Greenland and North America
common hyacinthnwidely grown for its fragrance and its white, pink, blue, or purplish flowers
common iguananlarge herbivorous tropical American arboreal lizards with a spiny crest along the back; used as human food in Central America and South America
common iliac arterynterminal branches of the abdominal aorta
common iliac veinnformed by the internal and external iliac veins; unites with its fellow from the opposite side of the body to form the inferior vena cava
common ivynOld World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits
common jasminena climbing deciduous shrub with fragrant white or yellow or red flowers used in perfume and to flavor tea
common juniperndensely branching shrub or small tree having pungent blue berries used to flavor gin; widespread in northern hemisphere; only conifer on coasts of Iceland and Greenland
common kingsnakenwidespread in United States except northern regions; black or brown with yellow bands
common knowledgensomething generally known to everyone
common laburnumnan ornamental shrub or tree of the genus Laburnum; often cultivated for Easter decorations
common lady's-slippernpale pink wild orchid of northeastern America having an inflated pouchlike lip
common landna pasture subject to common use
common lawn(civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial decisions
common lawna system of jurisprudence based on judicial precedents rather than statutory laws
common lettucenannual or perennial garden plant having succulent leaves used in salads; widely grown
common lilacnlarge European lilac naturalized in North America having heart-shaped ovate leaves and large panicles of highly fragrant lilac or white flowers
common limpetnmarine limpet
common logarithmna logarithm to the base 10
common lousenhead or body louse
common lynxnof northern Eurasia
common mackerelnimportant food fish of the northern Atlantic and Mediterranean; its body is greenish-blue with dark bars and small if any scales
common madianCalifornia annual having red-brown spots near the base of its yellow flower rays
common maidenhairndelicate maidenhair fern with slender shining black leaf stalks; cosmopolitan
common mallownannual Old World plant with clusters of pink or white flowers; naturalized in United States
common manna person who holds no title
common marigoldnthe common European annual marigold
common marketnan international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members
common matrimony vinendeciduous erect or spreading shrub with spiny branches and violet-purple flowers followed by orange-red berries; southeastern Europe to China
common measurenthe usual (iambic) meter of a ballad
common measurenan integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly
common measurena time signature indicating four beats to the bar
common meternthe usual (iambic) meter of a ballad
common milkwortnsmall European perennial with numerous branches having racemes of blue, pink or white flowers; formerly reputed to promote human lactation
common moodna mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact
common moonseedna woody vine of eastern North America having large oval leaves and small white flowers and purple to blue-black fruits
common moonwortnof America and Eurasia and Australia
common morelnan edible and choice morel with a globular to elongate head with an irregular pattern of pits and ridges
common morning glorynpantropical annual climbing herb with funnel-shaped blue, purple, pink or white flowers
common morning glorynannual or perennial climbing herb of Central America having sky-blue flowers; most commonly cultivated morning glory
common mosquitoncommon house mosquito
common mugwortnEuropean tufted aromatic perennial herb having hairy red or purple stems and dark green leaves downy white below and red-brown florets
common mulleinntall-stalked very woolly mullein with densely packed yellow flowers; ancient Greeks and Romans dipped the stalks in tallow for funeral torches
common multiplenan integer that is a multiple of two or more other integers
common murrenthe most frequent variety of murre
common myrtlenEuropean shrub with white or rosy flowers followed by black berries
common nardoonAustralian clover fern
common newtnsmall semiaquatic salamander
common nightshadenEurasian herb naturalized in America having white flowers and poisonous hairy foliage and bearing black berries that are sometimes poisonous but sometimes edible
common nounna noun that denotes any or all members of a class
common nuisancena nuisance that unreasonably interferes with a right that is common to the general public
common nutcrackernOld World nutcracker
common oaknmedium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobes; yields hard strong light-colored wood
common opossumnomnivorous opossum of the eastern United States; noted for feigning death when in danger; esteemed as food in some areas; considered same species as the crab-eating opossum of South America
common or gardensthe usual or familiar type
common osiernwillow with long flexible twigs used in basketry
common peanplant producing peas usually eaten fresh rather than dried
common peoplenpeople in general (often used in the plural)
common peppernclimber having dark red berries (peppercorns) when fully ripe; southern India and Sri Lanka; naturalized in northern Burma and Assam
common personna person who holds no title
common pitcher plantnperennial bog herb having dark red flowers and decumbent broadly winged pitchers forming a rosette; of northeastern North America and naturalized in Europe especially Ireland
common plantainncommon European perennial naturalized worldwide; a troublesome weed
common plumnany of various widely distributed plums grown in the cooler temperate areas
common polypodynmat-forming lithophytic or terrestrial fern with creeping rootstocks and large pinnatifid fronds found throughout North America and Europe and Africa and east Asia
common pond-skaterna variety of water strider
common privetndeciduous semi-evergreen shrub used for hedges
common purslanenweedy trailing mat-forming herb with bright yellow flowers cultivated for its edible mildly acid leaves eaten raw or cooked especially in Indian and Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine; cosmopolitan
common raccoonnNorth American raccoon
common racoonnNorth American raccoon
common ragweednannual weed with finely divided foliage and spikes of green flowers; common in North America; introduced elsewhere accidentally
common reedntall North American reed having relative wide leaves and large plumelike panicles; widely distributed in moist areas; used for mats, screens and arrow shafts
common roomna sitting room (usually at school or university)
common rorqualnlarge flat-headed whalebone whale having deep furrows along the throat; of Atlantic and Pacific
common rose mallownshowy shrub of salt marshes of the eastern United States having large rose-colored flowers
common roundwormnintestinal parasite of humans and pigs
common rushntall rush with soft erect or arching stems found in Eurasia, Australia, New Zealand, and common in North America
common sagenshrubby plant with aromatic greyish-green leaves used as a cooking herb
common saltnwhite crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
common saltna white crystalline solid consisting mainly of sodium chloride (NaCl)
common scoldnsomeone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
common scoterna variety of scoter
common scurvy grassna widely distributed arctic cress reputed to have value in treatment or prevention of scurvy; a concentrated source of vitamin C
common sealnsmall spotted seal of coastal waters of the northern hemisphere
common sensensound practical judgment
common sharesnstock other than preferred stock; entitles the owner to a share of the corporation's profits and a share of the voting power in shareholder elections
common shinernthe common North American shiner
common shrewncommon American shrew
common sickle pinensmall tropical rain forest tree of Indonesia and Malaysia
common snapping turtlenlarge-headed turtle with powerful hooked jaws found in or near water; prone to bite
common snowberryndeciduous shrub of western North America having spikes of pink flowers followed by round white berries
common soldiernan enlisted man of the lowest rank
common sorrelnlarge sour-tasting arrowhead-shaped leaves used in salads and sauces
common speedwellncommon hairy European perennial with pale blue or lilac flowers in axillary racemes
common spindle treensmall erect deciduous shrub having tough white wood and cathartic bark and fruit
common spoonbillnpure white crested spoonbill of southern Eurasia and northeastern Africa
common spotted orchidnEuropean orchid having lanceolate leaves spotted purple and pink to white or mauve flowers spotted or lined deep red or purple
common st john's wortndeciduous bushy Eurasian shrub with golden yellow flowers and reddish-purple fruits from which a soothing salve is made in Spain
common staghorn fernncommonly cultivated fern of Australia and southeastern Asia and Polynesia
common starlingngregarious bird having plumage with dark metallic gloss; builds nests around dwellings and other structures; naturalized worldwide
common stinkhornna common fungus formerly used in preparing a salve for rheumatism
common stocknstock other than preferred stock; entitles the owner to a share of the corporation's profits and a share of the voting power in shareholder elections
common stock equivalentnpreferred stock or convertible bonds or warrants that can be converted into common stock
common sunflowernannual sunflower grown for silage and for its seeds which are a source of oil; common throughout United States and much of North America
common tarweednCalifornia annual having red-brown spots near the base of its yellow flower rays
common teaselnteasel with lilac flowers native to Old World but naturalized in North America; dried flower heads used to raise a nap on woolen cloth
common thorn applenintensely poisonous tall coarse annual tropical weed having rank-smelling foliage, large white or violet trumpet-shaped flowers and prickly fruits
common thymencommon aromatic garden perennial native to the western Mediterranean; used in seasonings and formerly as medicine
common timena time signature indicating four beats to the bar
common tobaccontall erect South American herb with large ovate leaves and terminal clusters of tubular white or pink flowers; cultivated for its leaves
common topazna yellow quartz
common touchnthe property of appealing to people in general (usually by appearing to have qualities in common with them)
common unicorn plantnannual of southern United States to Mexico having large whitish or yellowish flowers mottled with purple and a long curving beak
common valerianntall rhizomatous plant having very fragrant flowers and rhizomes used medicinally
common vetchlingnscrambling perennial Eurasian wild pea having yellowish flowers and compressed seed pods; cultivated for forage
common vipernsmall terrestrial viper common in northern Eurasia
common wallabynheight 30 inches
common wartna benign growth (often with a rough surface)
common waspna variety of vespid wasp
common water snakenin some classifications placed in the genus Nerodia; western United States snake that seldom ventures far from water
common watercressnperennial Eurasian cress growing chiefly in springs or running water having fleshy pungent leaves used in salads or as a potherb or garnish; introduced in North America and elsewhere
common wheatnwidely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grain
common white dogwoodndeciduous tree; celebrated for its large white or pink bracts and stunning autumn color that is followed by red berries
common winterberry hollyna holly shrub
common wolffiansmallest flowering plants known; of the Americas
common wood sorrelnEurasian plant with heart-shaped trifoliate leaves and white purple-veined flowers
common wormwoodnaromatic herb of temperate Eurasia and North Africa having a bitter taste used in making the liqueur absinthe
common yearna year that is not a leap year
common yellowthroatnan American warbler
common yellowwoodnmedium-sized tree of South Africa
common zebranof the plains of central and eastern Africa
commonagenproperty held in common
commonalitynsharing of common attributes
commonalitynclass composed of persons lacking noble or knightly or gentle rank
commonaltynclass composed of persons lacking noble or knightly or gentle rank
commonerna person who holds no title
common-lawsbased on common law
common-law marriagena marriage relationship created by agreement and cohabitation rather than by ceremony
commonlyrunder normal conditions
commonnessnsharing of common attributes
commonnessnordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
commonnessnthe quality of lacking taste and refinement
commonnessnthe state of being that is commonly observed
commonplacena trite or obvious remark
commonplacesnot challenging; dull and lacking excitement
commonplacescompletely ordinary and unremarkable
commonplacesrepeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
commonplace bookna notebook in which you enter memorabilia
commonplacenessnordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
commonsnclass composed of persons lacking noble or knightly or gentle rank
commonsna pasture subject to common use
commonsna piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area
commonsensesexhibiting native good judgment
commonsensiblesexhibiting native good judgment
commonsensicalsexhibiting native good judgment
commonwealnthe good of a community
commonwealthna politically organized body of people under a single government
commonwealthna political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them
commonwealthna world organization of autonomous states that are united in allegiance to a central power but are not subordinate to it or to one another
commonwealthnthe official name of some states in the United States (Massachusetts and Pennsylvania and Virginia and Kentucky) and associated territories (Puerto Rico)
commonwealth countrynany of the countries in the British Commonwealth
commonwealth daynBritish, anniversary of Queen Victoria's birth
commonwealth of australiana nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony
commonwealth of dominicana country on the island of Dominica
commonwealth of independent statesnan alliance made up of states that had been Soviet Socialist Republics in the Soviet Union prior to its dissolution in Dec 1991
commonwealth of nationsnan association of nations consisting of the United Kingdom and its dependencies and many former British colonies that are now sovereign states but owe allegiance to the British Crown
commonwealth of puerto ricona self-governing commonwealth associated with the United States occupying the island of Puerto Rico
commonwealth of the bahamasnisland country in the Atlantic east of Florida and Cuba; a popular winter resort
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