English words and Examples of Usage

use "commonplace" in a sentence

Protests by anxious and frustrated citizens have become commonplace.

Energy standards are already commonplace, and carbon pricing is well on its way.

Turns out, deceptive reviews are commonplace online - and so are doubts about them.

Homes were damaged across the entire region and power outages have been commonplace.

Beyoncé will do it,” he said in an attempt to drive home how commonplace VR will become.

Here the practice of

jaboya is commonplace whereby sexual favours are traded for fish.

Your reminder will be sent Calamity is commonplace in Iceland, and rescue is sanctified.

Rotations at the end of a sponsorship cycle are commonplace in t

he sports industry, Weil said.

It's modern-day labour-saving I'm talking about, those subtle things that are now commonplace.

There's no guarantee that this will be a major issue if and when self-driving cars become commo


Here in reality, electric vehicles are becoming more commonplace and getting better every year.

For my multitalented sister, able do anything with ease, it seems that my commonplace self is something whose existen

ce she finds very hard to forgive.

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