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very popular

adjective as in best-selling

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Example Sentences

It is very popular in Southeast Asia and has had massive growth.

Nazi t-shirts are also very popular in Thailand, which is one step away from staging a revival of Springtime For Hitler.

He was very popular, you know, with the kids, or people in the area.

“I love spicy food, and my friends tell me that Sichuan hotpot has become very popular in Addis Abeba,” he said.

“These findings are alarming because TV is very popular in our society,” Gibson continued.

As a good-looking young bachelor, though a detrimental, he had been very popular.

He was also very popular with all the people because he was always strictly honest and just in all his dealings with them.

As that religion seems to be still very popular I will try to express it as briefly as I can.

Finally a second battalion of infantry arrived under the command of Colonel Stotsenberg, who was very popular with his men.

Mr. Downing is still very popular, doing a most excellent business, and highly respected throughout New York.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to very popular, such as: chart-topping, hit, number one, smash, and very successful.

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