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Origin of commonable
Examples from the Web for commonable
At Huntingdon, for example, it was the freemen dwelling in "commonable" houses who were privileged to use the common.The Customs of Old England|F. J. Snell
Some of the largest tracts of waste land to be found in England are the waste or commonable lands of royal forests or chases.
The commonable alps are let by auction for a term of years, and, in opposition to ancient principles, strangers may bid for them.
Wages, however, were then eked out by home industries and commonable rights.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
The Forest became one of the commonable lands of Royal Chases or hunting-grounds.