1. Of no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual; SYN. ordinary, widespread.
2. Common to or shared by two or more parties; SYN. mutual.
3. Commonly encountered; SYN. usual.
4. Being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language; SYN. vernacular, vulgar.
5. Of or associated with the great masses of people; SYN. plebeian, vulgar, unwashed.
6. To be expected; standard; SYN. simple.
1. United, conjoined, connected; associated.
2. Related to, made up of, or carried on by two or more in combination; joint
Forming a solid mass.
Sharing equally with another or others.
ETYM French, p. p. of joindre. Related to Join.
1. Affecting or involving two or more.
2. Involving both houses of a legislature.
3. United or combined.
ETYM French mutuel, Latin mutuus, orig., exchanged, borrowed, lent; akin to mutare to change. Related to Mutable.
Experienced or expressed by each toward the other.
(Informal) Mentally and emotionally stable.
1. Usually; generally; ordinarily; frequently; for the most part.
2. In common; familiary.
In a conjoint manner; unitedly; jointly; together.
In a mutual or shared manner; SYN. reciprocally.