Try to find it under 'non-gradable adjectives'. There are a few pages on that issue in my 'advanced grammar in use' by Cambridge University Press.
However, I would find it rather pointless to actually learn these adjectives by heart, for there are even some, that can be used in both ways, depending on their meaning:
Your eye colour is very common. --> frequently found, gradable
You and I have some common interests. --> shared, non-gradable.
So it's more important, in my view, to understand what makes an adjective gradable, rather than learning all of them.