Synonyms for Community:

n.

birthright, aboriginal, compatriot, the body politic, countryman, citizenship, citizen, countrywoman. accept, anglicize, assimilation, communal, absorption, absorb, acculturate, specific, acceptance, assimilate. civilise, civilized, cultural, civil society, civilisation, advanced, civilize, the community, civilization, cross-cultural. commission, panel, organization, police, Support Group, flash mob, flash mobbing. brace, bevy, flock, hive, gaggle, flight, drove, herd. dominate, matter, signify, lie at the heart of something, count, come before, figure, loom large, emphasize, predominate. house, the Brady Bunch, household, commune. community (noun)
common, biotic community, profession, residential district, public, local, community of interests, residential area.
esprit de corps (noun)
community of interests.
joint (noun)
cooperative, group.
mankind (noun)
Family, populace, human race, commonwealth, human beings, people, man, culture, mankind, humanity, public, society, species, humankind, citizenry, folk.
people (noun)
human race.
society, area of people (noun)
commonwealth, public, populace, society, people.

Other synonyms:

communal, compatriot, the body politic, citizen, the Brady Bunch, accept, acceptance, assimilate, countryman, household, acculturate, countrywoman, assimilation, absorption, citizenship, birthright, gaggle, anglicize. aboriginal, herd, bevy, hive, absorb. drove. flock. brace, flight. house. collective
commune.
Other relevant words:
biotic community, countrywoman, flight, citizenship, acculturate, compatriot, residential district, residential area, gaggle, community of interests, birthright, brace, acceptance, organization, group, herd, absorb, profession, local, bevy, civilization, communal, cooperative, common, commune, assimilation.

Usage examples for community

  1. What a gift to the Christian community for example, was Paul himself! – The Expositor's Bible: Ephesians by G. G. Findlay
  2. We've seen what comes to a land whaur the plain man has nae voice in the affairs o' the community and no say as to hoo things shall be done. – Between You and Me by Sir Harry Lauder