popularly

[ pop-yuh-ler-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF popularly

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It is popularly believed in Gavrillac that M. de Kercadiou is my father.

He was dressed in a flashy style, not unlike what is popularly denominated a swell.

We have called it many names, but it is popularly known as the "Big Lead."

In some form or other, this belief was popularly held everywhere.

Hence she obtained her crest, which is popularly said to be her father's grave-hillock.

But the word was popularly, and naturally, connected with route, Lat.

What is the origin of the term “buncombe” as popularly used?

Popularly the terms talc and soapstone are often used synonymously.

The latter is popularly believed to have occurred on January 1, 1308.

This vulture is popularly known as the shawk or Pharaoh's chicken.

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