Thesaurus / vox populi
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Nor does he seem to have held, like Rousseau, the vox populi as the voice of God.

In all time past it has been conceded that the maxim, "vox populi, vox dei," is true when taken in its broad or universal sense.

Indeed, it is doubtful whether the vox populi would have allowed the expedition but for these more sentimental considerations.

If you cannot do this, all I can say to you is that in this Republic the vox populi is the vox dei.

He is now "Atlanticus," now "Vox Populi," or "sop," and oftener affixes no signature.

But the whole history of the world proves that the vox populi is very seldom the vox Dei.

DulcibelHenry Peterson

There are times, when "the spirit of God descends upon the gathered multitudes," and vox populi is vox Dei.

The wind of destiny for him was the convictions arising out of his own soul; for them it was vox populi.

LincolnNathaniel Wright Stephenson

And a lady, instead of informing her friend that it was a vox humana stop, called it a vox populi.

The Parish Clerk (1907)Peter Hampson Ditchfield

It was about this time that he talked about the "nux vomica," instead of the "vox Populi."

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