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noun as in inhabitants of a place

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When they invade new territory, populations are low, and the queen has limited mate options.

In the past forty years, Earth has lost half of its wild animal populations.

Generally, the foreigner is a class of person often aligned with other vulnerable populations like widows and orphans.

The Yellowstone grizzly is one of the more carnivorous interior bear populations in North America.

This allows the bats to spread the viruses to other bat populations in distant areas.

Only a part of the village and country populations is sufficiently disposed to revolt.

Already, in England, a good fourth of the population had been displaced; and what were these displaced populations to do?

There were no terms too harsh for the "Moniteur" to apply when speaking of the hostile court and the resisting populations.

More and more slowly Michael would glide along, loath to desert the dreaming populations of dusk.

Brandenburg saw its towns sieged and sacked, its country populations driven to despair, by the one party and the other.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to populations, such as: society, populace, people, community, culture, and state.

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