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abut to touch along a common line or surface; come in contact (often fol. by "on", "upon," or "against"). [1/2 definitions]
a dime a dozen (informal) plentiful and easily obtainable; common; cheap.
adjacent angles two angles that have a common vertex and one common side.
adjoining touching at some line or point; having a common wall, border, or the like; contiguous.
affinity a similarity between biological species that suggests a common origin. [1/5 definitions]
agreement the act of reaching, or the state of having reached, a common understanding or harmony of opinion. [1/5 definitions]
ally to associate by some common factor, such as mutual interest or similarity. [1/5 definitions]
analytic philosophy a type of philosophy that uses common language and everyday experiences to analyze concepts.
anomalous differing from the norm, standard, or common type or rule; abnormal. [1/2 definitions]
antimatter in physics, matter having particles comparable to those of common matter, but with opposite electrical charges or magnetic characteristics.
antonomasia the substitution of a proper name in place of a common name, as in calling a treacherous person "Judas". [1/2 definitions]
appellative a common noun. [2/4 definitions]
Arab League a confederation of nations sharing a common Arabic language and culture, formed in 1945 to promote economic, military, and political cooperation among its members, and now grown to a total of twenty-one.
archaic no longer in common use, esp. in speech or writing. [1/3 definitions]
assn. abbreviation of "association," a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a mutual interest.
associate to unite for a common purpose. [1/10 definitions]
association a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a mutual interest. [1/4 definitions]
athlete's foot a common contagious skin infection characterized by itching and scaling, and caused by fungi that thrive in warm moist places, such as between the toes.
aurochs an extinct wild ox once common in northern Africa, Europe, and western Asia, and probably an ancestor of domestic cattle. [1/2 definitions]
Australian of or concerning geographic regions including Australia that share common or related plant or animal species. [1/5 definitions]
backbeat a primary accent on the second and fourth beats of a four-beat measure, common in popular music; secondary beat.