Tuna is a popular food.
The words 'good' and 'beautiful' proved the most popular overall.
In 1876, Samuel Tilden had more popular support than Rutherford B.
Popular quips and phrases are instantly picked up and adopted as Cantonese slang.
Even so, Kiwis still regard reading as a popular pastime.
Folk music is closely related to popular music in several ways.
Popular entertainment is also a result of Panama’s multicultural heritage.
Any type of music that a large number of people enjoy can be called popular music.
Other popular destinations were India (54,000), Qatar (38,000) and Vietnam (36,000).
Bush (2000), and Donald Trump (2016) each won the electoral vote while losing the popular vote.
Contrary to popular perception, Russian troll farms and popular provocateurs were not to blame.
There is a marked difference between true popular literature, that of folklore and folk song, and the popular literature of modern times.
Hot-smoked eel is considered a delicacy and is popular in Northern Europe, while jellied eels are a traditional and popular treat in the East End of London.
On network radio and in popular speeches, she warned against Hitler, and Time magazine rated her the country’s second most popular woman after Eleanor Roosevelt.
I also remember when Swiss chard suddenly became popular, and I thought it was funny because growing up my mum and dad wouldn’t touch it because it wasn’t popular.
Then came the 1980s and the kebab became popular in Sweden for the first time, along with a spicy kebab sauce that is so popular it can be bought in jars at the supermarket.
Melodrama—which featured evil villains, virtuous heroines, and intricate plots—was the most important and most popular genre early on; later, sensation drama became popular.
Netflix is the most popular subscription streamer in the UK, having 11 million subscribers, but it is becoming increasingly expensive, with its most popular package priced at £8.99 a month.
He is credited with coining the now-common term Pop art, although its meaning came to be understood as “art about popular culture” rather than “the art of popular culture,” as he had suggested.
As no other European country then offered advertising-supported entertainment and popular music, Radio Luxembourg soon attracted about half of the total radio listeners across the Continent (and many in Britain) with its programs of otherwise unobtainable music and popular drama.
- regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public
Example: a popular tourist attraction
- carried on by or for the people (or citizens) at large
Example: the popular vote
- representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large
- (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)
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