Commonality (noun)

A feature, characteristic, or quality that is shared by two or more things.


The word 'commonality' is derived from the latin word 'communis' meaning 'shared by all or many.


  1. One commonality between all the countries in Europe is their love for soccer.
  2. The commonality between the two politicians was their commitment to social justice.
  3. The commonality of their experiences brought the group of friends closer together.
  4. One commonality among all the students was their passion for learning.
  5. The commonality of their goals and values was the foundation of their successful partnership.
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