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demos

noun as in populace

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The $50 admission fee includes access to interactive workshops, cheese-making, and cooking demos.

I probably overused it, but it was really helpful to do good demos with.

So he had demos made and touted them round the record companies; he pleaded and spieled and harangued.

All those huddled in the background, cradling their own unheard hip-hop demos.

I do karaoke singing, and I write songs a lot, and I do demos and sing them.

Demos was politely informed by a noble earl that he was not costumed fitly to meet the King.

It is a pity to see fine verses, such as some in “Demos,” absolutely spoiled by the recurrence of one wearisome consonant.

And thus one is ground small in those mills of God, Demos struggling for tickets.

Out of the throes of the Industrial Revolution had been born a lusty, clamorous infant that demanded recognition—the new Demos.

Away then will go your airs and graces, your flaunting ribbons and your finery Beware how you listen to the teaching of Demos.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to demos, such as: commonality, commonalty, masses, mob, multitude, and plebeians.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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