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It was popularized as a holiday dessert in 16th-century England and also is known as Christmas pudding or plum pudding.

Nicki Minaj popularized “yaaasssss” with her song “Yasss Bish” and she claims the pronunciation has roots in drag-queen culture.

Did it really have nothing to do with the fact that disco was popularized as “black” music?

Her use of the bikini, which was invented in France, popularized the skin-baring, two-piece swimsuit in the United States.

In the process, Whitcomb and Morris popularized the idea of scientific creationism.

Nasby, who had popularized the Toledo Blade, kept steadily to one line.

A famous series of books, formerly sold at $2.00 per copy, are now popularized by reducing the price less than half.

She certainly popularized the song, whether it was her own or not.

The present day theory of human understanding is a real science, which well deserves to be popularized.

The vogue of coffee popularized the use of sugar, which was then bought by the ounce at the apothecary's shop.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to popularized, such as: pretentious, affected, deceptive, ephemeral, false, and flaunting.

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