Synonym: public, world. Similar words: popular, unpopular, population, popularity, populist, vox populi, copulate, opulent. Meaning: ['pɑpjələs / 'pɒpjʊl-] n. people in general considered as a whole.
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(1) The populace at large is / are opposed to sudden change.
(2) Many of the city's populace travel to work by subway or bus.
(3) It's all about testing the mood of the populace.
(4) Checks and balances required an alert and informed populace.
(5) Is a significant percentage of the populace that dumb?
(6) A truly democratic government would have realised the populace was against the tax and abandoned it immediately.
(7) The vast majority of the populace accepted its fate as willed by the gods and interpreted by the priestly hierarchy.
(8) Narrowly escaping the hostile intentions of the awakened populace, they eventually bore Mildred into Canterbury amid great rejoicing.
(9) The populace surged around them, noisy and enthusiastic at the sight of the young king.
(10) If the populace are unhappy with the actions of a government, they can vote representatives out.
(11) The general populace is in a terror, and is fingering bats as the culprits.
(12) In order to ingratiate himself with the populace, he rebuilt the Temple of Jerusalem on a hitherto unprecedented scale.
(13) It is alien to what the prevailing populace believes, or what it thinks it should believe.
(14) The populace has deferred to the independent authority of government and to those who occupy government in return for the satisfaction of expectations.
(15) The populace took comfort in the fact that the law was unenforceable; there simply weren't enough lamp posts.
(16) The populace has always been mobilized around the Koranic concept of taghiya.
(17) But those regulations do ensure that we, the populace, go about disposing of dead people in an orderly way.
(18) In response, Charles VI sent a punitive expedition to Brittany, raping and killing the populace.
(19) He had the support of large sections of the populace.
(20) Some studies show that workers in the nuclear industry are more likely than the general populace to get cancer. Sentencedict.com
(21) He had the support of large sections of the local populace.
(22) One approach which is curiously similar to business studies in its view of the populace is that of some contemporary Marxism.
(23) There was not one face amongst them that would have been known by the populace at large.
(24) With added momentum, the mob turned its vengeance on the black populace.
(25) Equally important, once approved by Parliament, reforms were accepted by the populace and by those at whom they were directed.
(26) Adversity is the regime's natural habitat, and in dealing with its own populace its one moral trump.
(27) There had developed since Khrushchev's time policies to involve the populace more in low-level administrative activities on a voluntary basis.
(28) The 27 million Hispanics make up 10 percent of the populace.
(29) A strict blackout was imposed in Pyongyang, and the populace was crowded into underground shelters as air raid sirens wailed.
(30) The discussion in this chapter should not suggest that the entire rural populace is in constant flux.
More similar words: popular, unpopular, population, popularity, populist, vox populi, copulate, opulent, place, glace, solace, palace, pull a face, in place, replace, stipulate, misplace, displace, necklace, lacerate, shoelace, manipulate, out of place, complacent, in place of, holy place, placement, workplace, take place, laceration.