[pop-yuh-ler-lee] /ˈpɒp yə lər li/
by the people as a whole; generally; widely:
a fictitious story popularly accepted as true.
for taste; for the general masses of people:
He writes popularly on many subjects.
by the public as a whole; generally or widely
usually; commonly: his full name is Robert, but he is popularly known as Bob
in a popular manner
- Popular music
noun 1. music having wide appeal, esp characterized by lightly romantic or sentimental melodies See also pop2
noun 1. a professional singer who specializes in popular songs.
noun 1. a song that is written to have an immediate and wide appeal and is usually popular for only a short time, but that sometimes is of a sufficiently high quality to become part of the permanent repertoire of popular music and jazz. Compare (def 12).
noun 1. the doctrine that sovereign power is vested in the people and that those chosen to govern, as trustees of such power, must exercise it in conformity with the general will. 2. American History. (before the Civil War) a doctrine, held chiefly by the opponents of the abolitionists, that the people living in a […]