Common fame, a cunning friar, are but both a common liar.
Common fame is seldom to blame.
Common fluency of speech in many men and most women is owing to a scarcity of matter. Swift
Common friendships will admit of division. Michel De Montaigne
Common Goods, no goods.
Common grief is lighter to bear.
Common mal-shortening of 'Where' ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise.
Common people, whether lords or shop-keepers, are slow to understand that possession, whether in the shape of birth or lands or money or intellect, is a small affair in the difference between men. George MacDonald
Common saw sindle lies.
Common sense ain't common.
Common sense among men of fortune is rare. Juvenal
Common sense has given to words their ordinary signification, and common sense is the genius of mankind. Guizot
Common sense hides shame.
Common sense in one view is the most uncommon sense. While it is extremely rare in possession, the recognition of it is universal. All men feel it, though few men have it. H. N. Hudson
Common sense is an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom. Coleridge
Common sense is essential.
Common sense is genius dressed in its working clothes.
Common sense is in spite of, not the result of, education. Victor Hugo
Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius. H. W. Shaw
Common sense is nature's gift, but reason is an art. Beattie
Common sense is not always true.
Common sense is not so common.
Common sense is only a modification of talent. Genius is an exaltation of it; the difference is, therefore, in the degree, not nature. Bulwer-Lytton
Common sense is science exactly so far as it fulfils the ideal of common sense; that is, sees facts as they are, or at any rate without the distortion of prejudice, and reasons from them in accordance with the dictates of sound judgment. Huxley
Common sense is the average sensibility and intelligence of men undisturbed by individual peculiarities. W. R. Alger
Common sense is the favorite daughter of Reason. H. W. Shaw
Common sense is very uncommon with a lot of people.
Common sense is very uncommon. Horace Greeley
Common sense punishes all departures from her, by forcing those who rebel into a desperate war with all facts and experience, and into a still more terrible civil war with each other and with themselves. Colton
Common sense, alas in spite of our educational institutions, is a rare commodity. Bovee
Commonly he is not stricken again who laughs when he strikes.
Commonly they use their feet for defence, whose tongue is their weapon. Sir Philip Sidney
Commonplace though it may appear, this doing of one's duty embodies the highest ideal of life and character. There may be nothing heroic about it; but the common lot of men is not heroic. Samuel Smiles
Commun n'est pas comme un.
Commune bonum. en] The common good.
Commune naufragium dulce.
Commune naufragium omnibus est consolatio - A shipwreck (disaster) that is common is a consolation to all.
Commune periculum concordiam parit. en] Common danger begets unity.
Communes loci. en] Commonplace ideas.
Communi consensu. en] By common consent.
Communia multis bona perduntur.
Communibus annis. en] In common years, the annual average.
Communicate more with yourself than you do with others.
Communio parit discordiam.
Communion is the law of growth, and homes only thrive when they sustain relations with each other. J. G. Holland
Communism is a cow of many; well milked and badly fed.