in common with


: the same as : like
The town, in common with others in the region, depends on the tourism industry.

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web He has been retired for more than six years and does not have much in common with his old co-workers. Annie Lane, Anchorage Daily News, 1 May 2023 When viewers were first introduced to the world of Outer Range in Season 1 last year, Brolin's character Royal Abbott and his rancher family seemed to have a lot in common with the Dutton dynasty of Yellowstone. Philip Ellis, Men's Health, 25 Apr. 2023 However, the lake cases appear to have more in common with more recent crimes. Michael Ruiz, Fox News, 20 Apr. 2023 Washington’s temperatures on Thursday made weather history, but Friday brought us back toward weather reality, providing less warmth, some clouds, some wind and much in common with the averages. Martin Weil, Washington Post, 25 Feb. 2023 That gave her something in common with Mr. Lennon, who was born during a lull in the Germans’ aerial attacks on Liverpool. Jim Windolf, New York Times, 20 Feb. 2023 Another thing Travis has in common with his father is his love of the horror genre. Taiwo Balogun, Peoplemag, 2 Feb. 2023 Sonically, the band had little in common with typical Southern rock. Matt Wake |, al, 26 Jan. 2023 Many people who are caught up in an endless wait seem to have a few things in common with Mortimer. Susan Tompor, Detroit Free Press, 7 Dec. 2022 See More

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“In common with.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Jun. 2023.

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