It is common knowledge among those familiar with the rabbinic tradition that Haman was considered a descendant of the Amalekites.
What were revelations in 1983 are common knowledge today—at least among college-bound students, parents, and counselors.
Yet it was common knowledge that Mrs. Bush was a “moderating” influence on her husband.
When a piece of illusory knowledge spreads to epidemic proportions and turns into common knowledge, bubbles and panics can result.
It was a matter of common knowledge at the post that Doctor Imbrie neither received nor sent any letters.
The force with which this element is wont to rage is common knowledge.
It is a matter of common knowledge that Washington at the time of his death was the richest man in the country.
It is common knowledge that in America we have not farmed, but have mined the soil.
Her mania for money, for getting, for saving it, is a matter of common knowledge.
The facts which they noted are now a matter of common knowledge.
something that is generally known
It is common knowledge that that dictionary is not being updated.