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People

Synonyms for people:

Sense 1

inhabited, Demographics, labor force, Human Capital, manpower, birth rate, workforce, customer, populous, eugenics, uninhabited, labor market, vital statistics, populated, millions, baby boom, overpopulated, underpopulated.

Sense 2

creature, herd, payroll, many, rank and file, personnel, demographic, bod.

Sense 3

human, being, individual, living, statistic, profession, specimen, person, bird.

Sense 4

occupy, country, guy.

Sense 5

presence, gentleman, sample, character.

Sense 7

staff, face, soul.

Sense 8

labor.

Sense 9

pop.

mob

riffraff.

settle

colonize.

Sense 1 (noun)

settle.

Sense 3 (noun)

rank and file, eugenics, baby boom, overpopulated, demographic, commons, inhabited, pop, birth rate, Demographics.

Sense 4 (noun)

person, human, individual.

Sense 8 (noun)

labor market, labor, manpower, payroll, workforce, profession, staff, personnel, labor force.

blood relative (noun)

kin.

category (noun)

form, mold, level, clan, order, degree, class, classification, kind, genotype, genus, ilk, type, line, breed, sort, label, stock, style, category, denomination, grain, persuasion, brand, kingdom, species, Family, grade, strain, step, set, variety, feather, caste, stamp, taxonomy, phylum, race, series, stripe, make, rank, designation.

ethnic group (noun)

race.

people (noun)

citizenry, countryman, legion, mob, masses, domiciliate, mass, crowd, inhabit, throng, bourgeoisie, commoner, proletariat, populate, horde, domicile, bourgeois, countrywoman, public, dwell, peasantry, hoi polloi, populace, host, multitude, rabble, shack, live, great unwashed.

Usage examples for people:

  • Good- day, my good people! - "Honor: A Play in Four Acts", Hermann Sudermann.
  • And more people about,- people to love me, and that I can love. - "Wych Hazel", Susan and Anna Warner.
  • And these people were right in their way. - "Travels in the Steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus, &c.", Xavier Hommaire de Hell.

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describable

definable, definable, expressible, definable.

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