popularize

[ pop-yuh-luh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF popularize

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But vain to popularize profundities, and all truth is profound.

For who would undertake to popularize what is not novel or striking?

Happily, there are scientific men who popularize their knowledge.

It is said that Scott was one of the first to popularize the planting spirit.

For his main object was to popularize the views which he put forward.

The great object has been to popularize the works of this sublime master.

He has done much to popularize the fascinating art of white magic.

Their chief work has been to popularize some of the French ideas.

And what are the ideas which "Hard Times" is thus intended to popularize?

The pense-writers serve to stimulate or to popularize the philosophers.

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