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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 176 - 200 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 8 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "size", "rule", and "ground".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
rule

an instruction that says what is or is not allowed in a given situation or while playing a game

[noun]
thought

something that comes to one's mind, such as, an idea, image, etc.

[noun]
party

an event where people get together and enjoy themselves by talking, dancing, eating, drinking, etc.

[noun]
size

the physical extent of an object, usually described by its height, width, length, or depth

[noun]
ground

the surface layer of earth that is solid and people walk on

[noun]
course

a series of lessons or lectures on a particular subject

[noun]
risk

the chance or probability of harm, loss, or negative consequences in the future, often resulting from a particular action, decision, event, or condition

[noun]
opportunity

a situation or a chance where doing or achieving something particular becomes possible or easier

[noun]
hair

the thin thread-like things that grow on our head

[noun]
service

the work done by a person, organization, company, etc. for the benefit of others

[noun]
parent

our mother or our father

[noun]
image

a representation of something, such as a person, object, or scene, created with a medium such as a photograph, painting, or drawing

[noun]
box

a container, usually with four sides, a bottom, and a lid, that we use for moving or keeping things

[noun]
song

a piece of music that has words

[noun]
egg

an oval or round thing that is produced by a chicken and can be used for food

[noun]
skin

the thin layer of tissue that covers the body of a person or an animal

[noun]
series

a group of similar events, things, or people coming one after the other

[noun]
wall

an upright structure, usually made of brick, concrete, or stone that is made to divide, protect, or surround a place

[noun]
fun

the feeling of enjoyment or amusement

[noun]
period

a duration of time

[noun]
mother

a child's female parent

[noun]
father

a child's male parent

[noun]
technology

scientific knowledge put into practice in a particular area, especially in industry

[noun]
attention

the act of taking notice of someone or something

[noun]
age

the number of years something has existed or someone has been alive

[noun]
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