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Sentence count:171+55 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: peoplepopulacepopulationsocietyAntonym: privateSimilar words: publiclyin publicrepublicRepublicanpublicitypublicationthe general publicpublishMeaning: ['pʌblɪk]  n. 1. people in general considered as a whole 2. a body of people sharing some common interest. adj. 1. not private; open to or concerning the people as a whole 2. affecting the people or community as a whole. 
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(1) Admonish your friends in private, praise them in public
(2) Do not wash dirty linen in public
(3) Do not wash your dirty linen in public
(4) Don't wash your dirty linen in public
(5) Public money is like holy water, every one helps himself to it. 
(6) When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property. 
(7) Films like this are a danger to public morals.
(8) The government aims to improve public services, especially education.
(9) Public opinion can force the government into action.
(10) The incident caused discussion among the public.
(11) Public opinion has polarized on this issue.
(12) Most children go to public elementary and secondary schools.
(13) The museum is open to the public.
(14) It is a matter of great public interest.
(15) The government had to bow to public pressure.
(16) The work consists chiefly of interviewing the public.
(17) The competition has been thrown open to the public.
(18) Many people in public life have committed adultery.
(19) Convention now allows women to smoke in public.
(20) It was so embarrassing having to sing in public.
(21) It is to the disinterest of the public.
(22) They conducted a public slanging match.
(23) The project is funded by public donation.
(24) She was a brilliant public speaker.
(25) Public opinion is sharply polarized on this issue.
(26) Corruption corrodes public confidence in a political system.
(27) The committee's recommendations are unlikely to be made public.
(28) She was besieged by the press and the public.
(29) Public sentiment is against any change to the law.
(30) Fame turns all the lights on and while it gives power and prestige, it takes the you out of you; you must be what the public thinks you are.not what you really are or could be. 
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