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Popular

Antonyms for popular:

obscure, unpopular, particular, uncommon, classical, unknown.

Synonyms for popular:

Sense 1

demotic, introspective, loud, thematic, black and white, technically, privately, metaphysical, nonconformist, circular, strict, experiential, central, well-received, skewed, deterministic, competing, compatible, popularize, elegant, reputable, vox pop, simplistic, ideological, anthropocentric, threadbare, muddle-headed, strictly, technical, psychology, critical, mistaken, contagious, discretionary, uncontroversial, theoretical, orthodox, set, inductive, literal, deep, utilitarian, warmed-over, conventional, doctrinal, confucian, abstract, messianic, contradictory, profound, critically, utopian, ahistorical, holistic, subjective, thought-out, defensible, commonly, optimistic, well-liked, thoughtfully, mechanistic, innermost, inmost, radical, preconceived, revisionist, desirable, conceptual.

Sense 2

cult, preferred, thoughtful, commercial, ingrained, absolutist, viral, weak, traditional, populist, popularly, big, positivist.

Sense 3

favored, leading, fixed.

Sense 4

in.

Sense 7

moderate.

Sense 8

reasonable.

Sense 10

modest.

campy

camp.

common

common, vulgar.

democratic

democratic, republican.

extensive

widespread.

in vogue

up-to-date.

marketable

salable.

memorable

catchy.

middle class

bourgeois.

modish

rage.

prevailing

current.

prevalent

air, prevailing.

sought after

demand.

wanted

requested.

white-collar

middle class.

accepted (adjective)

received.

average (adjective)

mean.

catchy (adjective)

memorable.

cheap (adjective)

cheap.

colloquial (adjective)

everyday, demotic.

common, standard (adjective)

general, stock, public, current, ordinary, universal, prevalent, conventional, widespread, accessible, Familiar.

democratic (adjective)

populist.

fashionable (adjective)

in.

human (adjective)

mortal, social, public, folk, human, communal, familial.

important (adjective)

big.

reputable (adjective)

fabled, esteemed, famous, notable, notorious, distinguished, memorable, preeminent, exalted, reputed, remarkable, pronounced, renowned, mythical, noteworthy, Famed, acclaimed, legendary, elevated, well-known, illustrious, prominent, reputable, celebrated.

stylish (adjective)

style, trendy.

taken (adjective)

accepted.

topical (adjective)

thematic.

united (adjective)

unanimous.

well-known, favorite (adjective)

fashionable, famous, in, celebrated, favored, accepted, beloved, notorious, trendy, prevailing, social, preferred, well-received, well-liked, prominent, leading.

Sense 2 (noun)

accepted, prevailing, viral, traditional, widespread, conventional, well-received, current.

Sense 3 (noun)

commercial, private, commonly, popularly, bourgeois, populist, accessible, vox pop, vulgar, demotic.

Sense 4 (noun)

republican.

Sense 5 (noun)

leading.

Sense 6 (noun)

preferred.

Sense 8 (noun)

moderate, reasonable, modest.

popular (noun)

fashionable, favorite, best-selling, touristed, democratic, favourite, nonclassical, hot, touristy, common, general, pop, popular with, plain.

liked (verb)

favorite.

loved (verb)

beloved.

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