population

[ pop-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF population

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POPULATION

What, then, must be the population of the British empire if the increase in one city was at that rate?

As our population has expanded, the Union has been cemented and strengthened.

Since that period a population of four millions has multiplied to twelve.

The first thing that strikes the stranger at Nice is its Italian population.

Of all classes of our population the most vicious is that of the free colored.

Is the rapid increase of a population of slaves in itself no evil?

Disease not only arrested the growth of the population, but reduced it considerably.

In the beginning of the following year, (1798,) the population had increased to fifteen.

The population of Cleveland commenced in 1796, with four persons.

At the close of the fourth year the population of Freeland had risen to 780,000 souls.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR POPULATION

societies

nounhumankind, people
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