Examples of popularity in a Sentence
the increasing popularity of cell phones
Recent Examples of popularity from the Web
Gordon's career spanned an era in NASCAR when the sport was surging in national popularity and needed a face to sell to fans.
According to a recent survey of 2017 wedding trends for popular planning website The Knot, farm, barn and ranch venues increased in popularity from 2 percent in 2009 to 15 percent in 2017.
As social media gained in popularity and ubiquity, so did Rodan + Fields.
The products on the market indicate freckles' increased popularity.
But the massive cultural popularity of the show—partially fueled by the controversy surrounding its treatment of sensitive subjects—meant that Netflix couldn’t resist going back to the well.
Still, activists believe net neutrality’s broad popularity could force House Republicans and even the president to change sides on the issue.
And in a case of history repeating itself, Polaroid and other manufacturers of instant cameras are enjoying renewed popularity with younger generations who had no exposure to the original versions.
The match with Jericho at Dominion, which will be broadcast live on New Japan World, is Naito’s opportunity to showcase his talents to the wresting world in a match that will have increased exposure due to Jericho’s popularity.
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POPULARITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of popularity for English Language Learners
: the state of being liked, enjoyed, accepted, or done by a large number of people : the quality or state of being popular
POPULARITY Defined for Kids
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