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The motive is simple and intelligible and commendable, but its nature and operation is popularly and grossly misapprehended.

The decay of vegetation was popularly figured as due to the weakness of the god who produced the fertility.

Of materials moosehide is popularly associated with moccasins.

Touring AfootClaude Powell Fordyce

At his lower extremities, he exhibited the deformity which is popularly known as "a club-foot."

Man and WifeWilkie Collins

Columbus had either found a gold mine or he had found nothing—that was the way in which the matter was popularly regarded.

A bankrupt is not a person who breaks the bank, as is popularly supposed.

The Law and the PoorEdward Abbott Parry

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

In comparison with ice at 100 below the freezing point, it might be popularly called soft.

I class him among what are popularly known as humbugs, however, for he is a pretender to more wisdom than he possesses.

Our houses are what are popularly known as "fine old Colonial mansions."

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