Common and Noble


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Common adjective – Belonging to the class of people of low social or economic rank.
Usage example: a man of wealth and privilege who mingled without pretense with the common folk

Noble is an antonym for common in topics: low, average, held in common.
Nearby Words: commonplace, commonly, commons, commonality, commonness
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Noble adjective – Of high birth, rank, or station.
Usage example: despite his noble background, the prince is known for his unpretentious way with common people

Common is an antonym for noble in dignified topic.
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
Antonyms for Noble
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How words are described

usual usual common usual noble
many many common many noble
dead dead common dead noble
single single common single noble
Other adjectives: popular, real, major, minor, next.

Things that words describes

character common character noble character
man common man noble man
people common people noble people
part common part noble part
Other nouns: reason, way, example, cause, goal, soldier, traits.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Chronicles of Prydain He's not just the son of any two people, but all of Prydain, noble and common alike.
  • Literature / The World of Ice & Fire Encouraged her husband to ban the right of the first night and cared deeply about all her subjects, noble and common alike.
  • The High Queen The Familiar of Zero: Queen Henrietta de Tristain's benevolence earns her a good deal of support from both her noble and common subjects.
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Noble and Common. (2016). Retrieved 2022, May 20, from
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Noble or Common. 2016. Accessed May 20, 2022.

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