noun, plural com·mon·al·ties.
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We never hear again of Thersites, or of any one of the commonalty, daring to open his mouth in an assembly.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang
We have cited the enthusiasm of the commonalty for the First Crusade as marking a new phase in social history.
The British got votes because they wanted them; the Irish commonalty got votes because the English did.
No national culture in the court, nor among the commonalty; a steady decay.
In the year 1315, it was granted by Robert de Baldock to the mayor and commonalty of London.