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1. knowledge

noun. ['ˈnɑːlədʒ, ˈnɑːlɪdʒ'] the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning.

Synonyms

  • episteme
  • unconscious process
  • equivalent
  • head
  • mental process
  • perception
  • public knowledge
  • mind
  • process
  • cognitive content
  • mental attitude
  • cognitive operation
  • mental lexicon
  • place
  • structure
  • nous
  • power
  • information
  • operation
  • lexicon
  • mental object
  • inability
  • practice
  • cognitive process
  • history
  • brain
  • attitude
  • content
  • psyche
  • ability
  • general knowledge
  • cognition
  • cognitive factor
  • psychological feature
  • vocabulary
  • lexis

Antonyms

  • ability
  • unequal
  • undock
  • follower

Etymology

  • knowleche (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Common Knowledge

  • acknowledge
  • college
  • colledge

Example sentences of the word common-knowledge


1. Noun Phrase
Provide interesting details that they likely don't already know, or present common knowledge in a new light.

2. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] belonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public.

Synonyms

  • communal
  • joint
  • public
  • commonness

Antonyms

  • individuality
  • individual
  • outfield
  • achromatic color

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

3. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] having no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual.

Synonyms

  • average
  • popular
  • demotic
  • commonplaceness
  • commonness
  • grassroots
  • ordinary
  • standard
  • frequent
  • general
  • everydayness
  • usual

Antonyms

  • uncommon
  • uncommonness
  • extraordinary
  • infield

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

4. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] common to or shared by two or more parties.

Synonyms

  • mutual

Antonyms

  • unusualness
  • extraordinariness

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

5. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] commonly encountered.

Synonyms

  • usual

Antonyms

  • achromatic
  • ripe

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

6. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language.

Synonyms

  • vernacular
  • vulgar

Antonyms

  • sophisticated
  • well
  • unite

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

7. common

noun. ['ˈkɑːmən'] a piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area.

Synonyms

  • piece of ground
  • green
  • village green
  • parcel
  • park
  • populated area
  • commons
  • tract
  • parcel of land
  • pleasure ground
  • funfair
  • urban area
  • amusement park

Antonyms

  • abnormality
  • incidental
  • layman
  • unorthodox

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

8. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] of or associated with the great masses of people.

Synonyms

  • vulgar
  • plebeian
  • unwashed

Antonyms

  • unwrap
  • uncover
  • appointive
  • undemocratic

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

9. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] to be expected; standard.

Antonyms

  • immoderate

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)

10. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] of low or inferior quality or value.

Synonyms

  • coarse

Antonyms

  • elegance
  • particularity

Etymology

  • comun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • comun (Anglo-Norman)
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