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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary - Top 251 - 275 Nouns

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
tonight
[noun]
the night or evening of the current day
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human
[noun]
a person
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theory
[noun]
a set of ideas intended to explain the reason behind the existence or occurrence of something
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weight
[noun]
the heaviness of something or someone; how heavy something or someone is, which can be measured
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bottom
[noun]
the lowest part or point of something
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condition
[noun]
the state of something at a particular time
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message
[noun]
a written or spoken piece of information or communication sent to or left for another person
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challenge
[noun]
a difficult and new task that puts one's skill, ability, and determination to the test
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source
[noun]
somewhere, someone, or something that originates something else
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pain
[noun]
the unpleasant feeling caused by an illness or injury
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store
[noun]
a shop of any size or kind that sells goods
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glass
[noun]
a container that is used for drinks and is made of glass
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degree
[noun]
a unit of measurement for temperature, angles, or levels of intensity, such as Celsius degrees or a degree of pain
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science
[noun]
knowledge about the structure and behavior of the natural and physical world, especially based on testing and proving facts
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view
[noun]
a place or an area that can be seen, and is usually beautiful
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feeling
[noun]
something that one feels such as happiness, guilt, sadness, etc.
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beginning
[noun]
the point at which something, such as an event, a story, etc. begins
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middle
[noun]
the part, position, or point of something that has an equal distance from the edges or sides
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arm
[noun]
one of the two body parts that is connected to the shoulder and ends with fingers
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page
[noun]
one side or both sides of a sheet of paper in a newspaper, magazine, book, etc.
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center
[noun]
the middle part or point of an area or object
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experiment
[noun]
a test done to prove the truthfulness of a hypothesis
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advice
[noun]
a suggestion or an opinion that is given with regard to making the best decision in a specific situation
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sex
[noun]
the physical activity between individuals involving the sexual organs, done for pleasure or to produce babies
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television
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an electronic device with a screen that receives television signals, on which we can watch programs
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