Common misspellings for commons:
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Definition of commons:
- The House of Commons, or lower house of the British Parliament, consisting of representatives elected by the qualified voters of counties, boroughs, and universities.
- Provisions; food; fare, -- as that provided at a common table in colleges and universities.
- A common; public pasture ground.
- The mass of the people; rations or fare in common; Commons, the House of Commons, in Great Britain and Canada.
- The lower House of Parliament or House of Commons: common land: food at a common table.
- The commonalty; lower House of Parliament; foot at a common table.
- The common people; commonalty.
- The legislators of the lower house of Parliament; the House of Commons.
- A company eating at a common table, or the meals so furnished.
- In Great Britain, the lower House of Parliament whose members are elected by the people; food provided at a common table; short- commons, insufficient fare; stinted diet; Doctors Commons, in London, a college for the professors of the civil law having a great registry of wills.
- The common people, or those who inherit or possess no honours or titles; the lower house of the British Parliament, consisting of the representatives of cities, boroughs, and counties, and commonly called the House of Commons; food provided at a common table, as in colleges, & c.; food. Short commons, stinted fare. Doctors' Commons, in London, a college for the professors of the civil law, where the civilians commoned together.