populous

[ pop-yuh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF populous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POPULOUS

He found himself an outcast in the midst of the populous camp.

Even the Esmeralda Mountains were no longer roamed by populous herds.

The convent was situated in the most populous part of Madrid.

Yes, it was a far cry from the African jungles to populous Manhattan.

From this place he marched two stages—ten parasangs—to Tyriaeum, a populous city.

From this place he marched two stages—ten parasangs—to Thymbrium, a populous city.

The province of Cofa was of large extent, populous and fertile.

The room is populous, and bleared With folk brought hither by a breath!

Es-Salt is a populous and thriving town, the only one in all that country.

Otsego has now become one of the most populous districts of New York.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR POPULOUS

residential

adjectivecharacterized by private, as opposed to commercial, dwellings
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