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commonalty

commonalty

noun com·mon·al·ty \ˈkä-mə-nəl-tē\
plural com·mon·al·ties

Definition of COMMONALTY

1
a (1) :  the common people (2) :  the political estate formed by the common people
b :  a usage or practice common to members of a group
2
:  a general group or body

Origin of COMMONALTY

Middle English communalte, from Anglo-French comunalté, from comunal communal
First Known Use: 14th century

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