Examples of popularize in a Sentence
a phrase that was popularized by its use in a hit TV show
Dream analysis was popularized by Sigmund Freud.
The book presents a popularized version of American history.
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CJ E&M and other Korean companies in the entertainment space hope to magnify that by helping popularize K-pop abroad.
A three-race model, popularized in the 1940s, is still employed by some forensic anthropologists today.
This theory was popularized by the late CBS journalist Fred Goerner in his 1966 book The Search for Amelia Earhart.
Few artists have done more to popularize the sound of West Africa than Amadou & Mariam.
While big thinkers like Sagan were popularizing the mysteries of the universe on television, Tarter was working behind the scenes.
Pete Frates, 32, who is credited with popularizing the viral phenomenon that aimed to find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is almost entirely paralyzed and on a feeding tube.
From Yves Saint Laurent popularizing the trouser for women with his Le Smoking to Keith Richards upending menswear norms by pilfering from girlfriend Anita Pallenberg's closet, fashion during the end of the '60s was more revolution than evolution.
Karaoke on wheels: Carpooling will never be the same now that late night comedian James Corden has popularized carpool karaoke.
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