Such an interesting word. So many applications.
Common ground — when we are in agreement on an issue
Common sense–the ability to use what you know is right
Common law–personal actions over time leading to common ‘ownership’
Common cold–a health condition
Common chord–musical term
Common property–those items that are shared by 2 or more parties
Common denominator–mathematical term
Common noun–that which is not a proper noun
Common core–academic standards defining what a student should know
In common–a sense of mutual agreement
I am joining Kate Motaung and an incredibly talented group of writers for Five Minute Friday. One word prompt. Five minutes. No editing. Just writing!
Blessings to you and yours!
Strange how much is added to create concepts that are common. Interesting list and it really made me think. – Lori
visiting from FMF
Thanks Lori! I had a bit of a struggle with the word and just started writing. Blessings to you and yours!