Definition of Popularism

1. Noun. Music adapted to the understanding and taste of the majority.

Generic synonyms: Music



Definition of Popularism

1. Noun. Any political doctrine chosen to appeal to a majority of the electorate ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Popularism

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Literary usage of Popularism

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1. The Religion of Science: Or, The Art of Actualizing Liberty, and of by Calvin Blanchard (1860)
"If astronomers had studied popularism as exclusively as do legislators, the World would still have been the grand center of all; and the study of popularism ..."

2. An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and by William Fordyce Mavor (1803)
"A great generosity, united to a vast ambition, forms his character: he has the virtues and the address of popularism; that is to say, that, without effort, ..."

3. Brief Outline of the Study of Theology: Drawn Up to Serve as the Basis of by Friedrich Schleiermacher, William Farrer, Friedrich L├╝cke (1850)
"... by reason of the fact that his dialectic skill thoroughly overcame and practically refuted the earlier popularism and the merely outward logical method, ..."

4. William Penn as the Founder of Two Commonwealths by Augustus C. Buell (1904)
"building of popularism. In short, he lacked little of being a republican except humble birth. In another work * we described William III ..."

5. Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society by Buffalo Historical Society (1896)
"The union of Roman paternalism and German popularism as modified by Dutch privileges and customs formed the basis upon ..."

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