of or relating to elements or techniques used in a poem not conventionally thought to be suitable or traditional.
the science or art of government. the practice or profession of conducting affairs. affairs: The advocated reforms have become embroiled in politics. methods or maneuvers: We could not approve of his politics in winning passage of the bill. principles or opinions: We avoided discussion of religion and politics. His politics are his own affair. use […]
regarded with favor, approval, or affection by people in general: a popular preacher. regarded with favor, approval, or affection by an acquaintance or acquaintances: He’s not very popular with me just now. of, relating to, or representing the people, especially the common people: popular discontent. of the people as a whole, especially of all citizens […]
the political philosophy of the People’s party. (lowercase) any of various, often antiestablishment or anti-intellectual political movements or philosophies that offer unorthodox solutions or policies and appeal to the common person rather than according with traditional party or partisan ideologies. (lowercase) grass-roots democracy; working-class activism; egalitarianism. (lowercase) representation or extolling of the common person, the […]
favoring or advocating , change, improvement, or reform, as opposed to wishing to maintain things as they are, especially in political matters: a progressive mayor. making toward better conditions; employing or advocating more enlightened or liberal ideas, new or experimental methods, etc.: a progressive community. characterized by such , or by continuous improvement. (initial capital […]