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Popularise

verb
1.
Cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use.  Synonyms: generalise, generalize, popularize, vulgarise, vulgarize.  "Relativity Theory was vulgarized by these authors"
2.
Make understandable to the general public.  Synonym: popularize.



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"Popularise" Quotes from Famous Books



... the world—a Society that asserts the possibility of the knowledge of God; that is its proclamation, as we have seen, and all the other truths that grow out of that are amongst our teachings. The Society exists to spread the knowledge of those truths, and to popularise those teachings amongst mankind. "But," you may say, "if it be the fact that you throw out broadcast all your teachings, that you write them in books that every man can buy, what is, then, the good of being a member of the Theosophical Society? We should not have any more as members than ...
— London Lectures of 1907 • Annie Besant

... of government would never be perceived. At any rate, under a Parliamentary government this doctrine would have been incessantly inculcated; a whole party would have made it their business to preach it, would have made incessant small motions in Parliament about it, which is the way to popularise their view. And in the end I do not doubt that they would have prevailed. They would have had to teach a lesson both pleasant and true, and such lessons are soon learned. On the whole, therefore, the result of the comparison is that a Presidential ...
— The English Constitution • Walter Bagehot



Words linked to "Popularise" :   disperse, distribute, populariser, disseminate, spread, circulate, generalize, propagate, diffuse, pitch, popularize, circularize, popularisation, vulgarise, circularise, vulgarize, gear, pass around, broadcast



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