most popularThe most popular of all was Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland."
very popularShe was a very popular girl.
popular frontMeanwhile Cripps and two other Labour MPs, Aneurin Bevan and G. R. Strauss, were expelled from the party for advocating the policy of a ‘popular front’ in alliance with Liberals and Communists, and (in Cripps's case) for circulating a memorandum proposing this to all affiliated organisations.
popular supportAt the same time, Mrs Aquino is mobilising popular support for her beleaguered government.
popular culturepopular culture
increasingly popularSponsorship events in the arts and sports are becoming an increasingly popular form of publicity.
so popularIn its heyday it was so popular long queues built up outside its shops.
be popularThat won't be popular, but we have got to use less and conserve more.
popular musicpopular music
contrary to popularFlexibility of the shaft does not therefore, contrary to popular belief, add to the club head velocity by a kind of ‘springing back’ action.
popular filmFor example, a dubbed version of a popular film may be showing locally.
popular holidaySkiing became a chic and popular holiday for women.
popular imageThe popular image of him as a laconic, amiable figure is not entirely accurate.
popular partyLombardo travelled throughout Latin America drumming up support for the Communist Confederation of the Workers of Latin America (CTAL) formed in 1938, before forming his own popular party in Mexico a decade later.
popular televisionA popular television series, ‘Yes, Minister’(later ‘Yes, Prime Minister’) openly parodied the consensual, complacent ways of the permanent secretaries and under-secretaries.
popular senseVishnu is the preserver of this principle which in the popular sense would be ‘let nature take its course’, to preserve a natural balance.
particularly popularTargeted particularly at medium to large-size businesses, where the $35m privately-owned company is eager to cash in on the trend towards down-sizing, the software is particularly popular among manufacturers, retailers and service companies in the US, and banks in the UK.
popular voteThe 1973 Constitution provides for a National Assembly made up of the Cabinet and 30 members elected by popular vote.