crowd-pleaser

noun
crowd-pleas·er | \ˈkrau̇d-ˌplē-zər \

Definition of crowd-pleaser 

: one (such as a performer or product) that is notably or reliably popular or appealing a flamboyant crowd-pleaser given to mad feats of daring— Tony Hendra

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crowd-pleasing \ˈkrau̇d-ˌplē-ziŋ \ adjective

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1943, in the meaning defined above

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crowd-pleaser

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: a person, performance, or food that most people like

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