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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The good of the group.

Usage examples (38)
  • Together, communities are greater when the commonweal is the central concern.
  • Public money should only be spent in support of our mutual intersts - or what used to be known as the commonweal - in either good or bad economic times.
  • It is of interest that the term commonwealth is derived from the medieval English word "commonweal" which means common well-being.
  • Certainly no more solid than the duty of Congress to attend to the "commonweal" of the people. for more
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