Thesaurus / populace
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The latter is very common among the 321 populace, and sometimes among the clergy.

Such is the nature of the populace; they are either cringing slaves or haughty tyrants.

Besides, how am I to appease the populace, if I do not find them some victims?

Darkness and DawnFrederic W. Farrar

An arch is built across the street at the spot where they say he was shown to the populace.

Jasper was revived; and the fainting Cristobal was borne through the streets in the arms of the populace.

Fairy BookSophie May

They rouse the commiseration of the populace, which at Paris is easily stimulated and frenzied.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 7 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

But there is a sophistry which attends all the passions, especially those into which the populace enter.

Raggles summoned his courage and sought alms from the populace.

Landladies apart, however, the populace pooh-poohed the Gilbertian decree.

But, on the other hand, the populace could easily rally an enthusiastic mass of one hundred thousand men.

Louis PhilippeJohn S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott

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