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Sentence count:257+18Posted:2016-07-20Updated:2016-12-13
Antonym: unpopularitySimilar words: populationsimilarityat regular intervalsmanipulateregularsecularpulchrituderegularlyMeaning: [‚pɑpjə'lærətɪ /‚pɒpjʊ'l-]  n. the quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after. 
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(241) The popularity of organised tours visiting the Balearics and the interest of the locals has encouraged the club to expand.
(242) Profitability and popularity analyses of menus and beverage lists.
(243) His Don't Be Cruel, Hound Dog, Love Me Tender, All Shook Up and Jailhouse Rock enjoyed great popularity.
(244) A simple query will return a list of results, products that have been sorted by relevance to the given keyword(s), price, rating, available discounts, or popularity.
(245) In 1956, at the height of her popularity, Monroe went to England to make a film, The Prince and the Showgirl, with Sir Laurence Olivier.
(246) High school's electing the senior high's president may have more to do with a popularity contest than leadership.
(247) The riots, however, failed to dent Modi's popularity in Gujarat, which is regarded as a Hindu nationalist stronghold.
(248) The tonneau-shaped case underscores the ongoing popularity of the Art Deco style.
(249) Blair's greatest successes. Class matters less: the fact that the Tories are gaining popularity led by an Old Etonian is, strangely, a sign of progress.
(250) No matter what will happen, there has been a steady rise in the popularity of both the pre-Vendome and Vendome Mare Nostrum these days.
(251) Although the fartlek's popularity is partly due to its flexibility, many coaches like to make the workout more structured and give it more of a track interval feel.
(252) They continued popularity through the 1920s and 30s when they became known as knickerbockers after a common last of the New York Dutch who wore traditional knee pants.
(253) The games lost popularity, however,( largely due to the growth of cheating and were abolished by Emperor Theodosius I in 394 AD.
(254) But the band has been enjoying a surge in nationwide popularity among 14 to 25 year olds, and the 30, 000 tickets for a recent concert in Megalopolis sold out in 12 minutes.
(255) The popularity of online shopping is encouraging young Japanese to flip out their cards.
(256) Now it is on the wain, with its popularity limited to small crowds in Beijing.
(257) Even Mr. Guo's immense popularity could not shield him after one of his assistants got in a brawl with a Beijing television reporter last summer.
More similar words: populationsimilarityat regular intervalsmanipulateregularsecularpulchrituderegularlyminorityparticulartriangularsecuritypriorityspectacularauthoritycelebrityparticularlyin particularpoppop.pullpulsepull outpull uppull offpull inpull onimpulsepull downarid
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