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1. 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)

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Words that Rhyme with Common Touch

  • nonesuch
  • how-much
  • crutch
  • clutch
  • bruch
  • zuch
  • tuch
  • szuch
  • sutch
  • such
  • ruch
  • mutsch
  • mutch
  • much
  • kutsch
  • kutch
  • kuch
  • hutch
  • huch
  • futch
  • dutch
  • dusch
  • duch
  • butsch
  • buche
  • buch

2. 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)

3. 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)

4. common

adjective. ['ˈkɑːmən'] commonly encountered.

Synonyms

  • usual

Antonyms

  • achromatic
  • ripe

Etymology

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

5. touch

verb. ['ˈtʌtʃ'] make physical contact with, come in contact with.

Synonyms

  • pick up
  • run into
  • osculate
  • thumb
  • stroke
  • tag
  • toe
  • palm
  • handle
  • skim over
  • feel
  • buss
  • brush
  • kiss
  • hit
  • engage
  • collide with
  • press
  • mouth
  • strike
  • snog
  • impinge on
  • skim
  • finger

Antonyms

  • disengage
  • orientalise
  • inflate
  • depersonalise

Etymology

  • touchen (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. touch

noun. ['ˈtʌtʃ'] the event of something coming in contact with the body.

Synonyms

  • light touch
  • contact
  • brush
  • striking
  • stroke
  • impinging

Antonyms

  • magnetise
  • naturalize
  • brighten
  • occidentalize

Etymology

  • touchen (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. touch

verb. ['ˈtʌtʃ'] perceive via the tactile sense.

Synonyms

  • perceive

Antonyms

  • demagnetize
  • weaken

Etymology

  • touchen (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. touch

verb. ['ˈtʌtʃ'] be relevant to.

Synonyms

  • pertain
  • touch on
  • come to
  • regard
  • revolve around
  • relate
  • apply
  • advert
  • center
  • bear on
  • concentrate on
  • affect
  • refer
  • hold
  • focus on
  • concern
  • revolve about
  • go for
  • involve
  • matter to
  • interest
  • allude
  • center on

Antonyms

  • order
  • fill
  • concentrate
  • denationalize

Etymology

  • touchen (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. touch

verb. ['ˈtʌtʃ'] have an effect upon.

Synonyms

  • scupper
  • impact
  • touch on
  • alter
  • hydrolize
  • color
  • disoblige
  • distort
  • inconvenience
  • bother
  • bear on
  • put out
  • work
  • affect
  • process
  • change
  • act upon
  • endanger
  • expose
  • discommode
  • excite
  • treat
  • influence
  • tell on
  • hit
  • bear upon
  • trouble
  • tinge
  • peril
  • hydrolise
  • strike
  • slam-dunk
  • subject
  • repercuss
  • stimulate
  • incommode
  • strike a blow
  • queer
  • modify
  • redound

Antonyms

  • validate
  • qualify
  • denaturalize
  • empty

Etymology

  • touchen (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. touch

verb. ['ˈtʌtʃ'] be in direct physical contact with; make contact.

Synonyms

  • surround
  • adjoin
  • contact
  • converge
  • cohere
  • skirt
  • cleave
  • border
  • spread over
  • fray
  • adhere
  • cover
  • attach
  • stick
  • butt
  • abut
  • march
  • rub
  • chafe
  • ring
  • hug
  • meet
  • butt on
  • edge
  • fret
  • scratch
  • environ
  • butt against
  • cling
  • rest on
  • lean on

Antonyms

  • personalize
  • orientalize
  • centralize
  • clutter

Etymology

  • touchen (Middle English (1100-1500))
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