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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Although written by Ross Parker and Hughie Charles in 1939, the sentimental song became popularized when wartime songstress Dame Vera Lynn performed it for British troops during World War II.
Photo by Samantha Bakall/The Oregonian As Asian cuisines have become globalized, popularized and glamorized, more and more people shop at Asian grocery stores.
Palmer says Nast also popularized the notion that Santa Claus lived in the North Pole.
Tuesday marked the fifth public hearing in nearly three years on the vexing issue of how to address the proliferation of vacation rentals popularized by online platforms like Airbnb and HomeAway.
Then, in the 1920s and ’30s, along with utilitarian garments like cardigans and trousers, Coco Chanel popularized costume jewelry as an end in itself, and Elsa Schiaparelli collaborated with Surrealist artists to produce museum-worthy pieces.
In a clip popularized on Twitter this week by Philly Influencer writer Nick Piccone, Pederson does a bit of pungent communicating.
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.
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