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3 definitions found
 for commonness
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Commonness \Com"mon*ness\, n.
     1. State or quality of being common or usual; as, the
        commonness of sunlight.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     2. Triteness; meanness.
        [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  commonness
      n 1: the state of being that is commonly observed [syn:
           commonness, expectedness]
      2: the quality of lacking taste and refinement [syn:
         coarseness, commonness, grossness, vulgarity,
         vulgarism, raunch]
      3: ordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and
         commonplace [syn: commonness, commonplaceness,
         everydayness] [ant: uncommonness]
      4: sharing of common attributes [syn: commonality,
         commonness] [ant: individualism, individuality,
         individuation]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  87 Moby Thesaurus words for "commonness":
     Attic simplicity, accustomedness, averageness, banality, banalness,
     baseness, chasteness, classical purity, cliche, coarseness,
     common occurrence, commonality, commonplaceness, confirmedness,
     conventionality, corniness, currency, customariness, dullness,
     extensiveness, familiarness, fixedness, flatness, fourth-rateness,
     frequence, frequency, fustiness, garden variety, generality,
     habitualness, hackneyedness, homeliness, humbleness, ignobility,
     incidence, inferiority, inferiorness, insipidness, inveteracy,
     inveterateness, lowliness, lowness, matter-of-factness, meanness,
     mustiness, normality, oftenness, ordinariness, plainness,
     platitudinousness, plebeianism, poorness, prevalence, prosaicism,
     prosaicness, prosaism, prosiness, purity, rampantness, reign,
     relative incidence, rifeness, routineness, run, second-rateness,
     settledness, simpleness, simplicity, squareness, staleness,
     standardness, sweepingness, third-rateness, triteness,
     unembellishedness, unexceptionality, unidealism, unimaginativeness,
     unnoteworthiness, unoriginality, unpoeticalness, unremarkableness,
     unromanticism, usualness, vapidity, widespreadness, wontedness
  
  

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