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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Minden suggests using reflective responses, a concept popularized by the psychologist Carl Rogers.
First popularized by Bing Crosby in 1933, this paternalistic ballad about the power of male affection to revive female morale had been covered by Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke in the years preceding Redding’s version.
Dustin’s mom’s cat meets a fate perhaps popularized in the ‘80s by Alf, not Annie Wilkes or others in that lot.
Gaskin's work also helped popularize the role of midwives in the U.S. Midwives, in turn, have precipitated the rise of the doula, or birth assistant, over the past few decades.
Moore reached out to Bates in 2008 when one of Bates' poems, Bama Way, was popularized by the team and featured on Alabama T-shirts.
The stiff-arm design for the bronze statue that's modeled after a former NYU (seriously, NYU) player named Ed Smith and was popularized by Desmond Howard is past its prime.
The team operates the run-and-shoot offense — popularized in the mid-1970s by Mouse Davis — and relies on a quarterback getting rid of the ball quickly, ideally within 2.5 seconds.
Taking the knee, popularized by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, was originally intended to express solidarity with Black Lives Matter and to call attention to the injustices that people of color face.
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