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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 426 - 450 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 18 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "shoe", "gun", and "layer".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
scale

the size, amount, or degree of one thing compared with another

[noun]
range

a variety of things that are different but are of the same general type

[noun]
shoe

something that we wear to cover and protect our feet, generally made of strong materials like leather or plastic

[noun]
distance

the length of the space that is between two places or points

[noun]
background

the part of a photograph, etc. that is situated behind the main figures, etc.

[noun]
foreground

the part of a scene, photograph, etc. that is closest to the observer

[noun]
gun

a type of weapon that can fire bullets, etc.

[noun]
element

an essential or typical feature or part of something

[noun]
layer

an amount or sheet of something covering a surface or lying between two other things

[noun]
justice

a behavior or treatment that is fair and just

[noun]
expert

an individual with a great amount of knowledge, skill, or training in a particular field

[noun]
army

a country's military force trained to fight on land

[noun]
navy

the branch of the armed forces that operates at sea using warships, destroyers, etc.

[noun]
air force

the branch of the armed forces that operates in the air using fighter aircraft

[noun]
hope

a feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen or to be true

[noun]
muscle

a piece of body tissue that is made tight or relaxed when we want to move a particular part of our body

[noun]
universe

all that exists in the physical world, such as space, planets, galaxies, etc.

[noun]
corner

a point or area at which two edges, sides, or lines meet

[noun]
track

a road or path that is rough and usually made by animals or people repeatedly walking there

[noun]
trouble

a difficult or problematic situation that can cause stress, anxiety or harm

[noun]
behavior

the way that someone acts, particularly in the presence of others

[noun]
security

the state of being protected or having protection against any types of danger

[noun]
organization

a group of people who work together for a particular reason, such as a business, department, etc.

[noun]
wind

air that moves quickly or strongly in a current as a result of natural forces

[noun]
cause

an event, thing, or person that gives rise to something

[noun]
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