commoner commoner  /ˈkɑ mə nər/

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  • (n) a person who holds no title

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News

  1. 'Student Prince' visits New London playhouse

    Sigmund Romberg's 1920s operetta speaks to a still-contemporary climate of socio-political scandals, this one involving a prince who falls for a commoner and has to weigh Sigmund Romberg's 1920s operetta speaks to a still-contemporary climate of socio-political scandals, this one involving a prince who falls for a commoner and has to weigh matters of the heart against stately duty.matters of the ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: New Hampshire Union Leader

  2. WATCH: Women Get Real Deceptive in the Full Trailer for Starz's 'White Queen'

    In Starz's latest period drama series the White Queen , which is based on author Philippa Gregory's best-selling novels, marriage isn't exactly a cake walk. The simple story revolves around young Edward IV ( Max Irons ) who is crowned the King of England, falls in love with a commoner ( Rebecca Ferguson ), and takes her as his queen. As you can imagine, that's a major no-no in the royal world ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Zimbio

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  1. "As a Melbourne boy, Irwin should have had a healthy respect for stingrays, which are actually commoner and bigger in southern waters than they are near Port Douglas," Greer said in The Guardian.
    on Sep 5, 2006 By: Germaine Greer Source: The Age

  2. "He's the son of a farmer," Kumar said by telephone from Shimla, the state capital. "He is a commoner, and although he has risen to the level of the chief minister, he continues to be a commoner."
    on Jan 9, 2008 By: Prem Kumar Dhumal Source: Reuters India

  3. "It was a missed opportunity," says Ghimire of King Gyanendra. "He was a royal but he didn't expect to be king, so he was also a commoner. He could have given a new thrust to the monarchy."
    on Apr 15, 2006 By: King Gyanendra Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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