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popularity Syllabification: pop·u·lar·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌpäpyəˈlerədē/

Definition of popularity in English:

noun

The state or condition of being liked, admired, or supported by many people: he was forced to step down as mayor despite his popularity with the voters
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  • The popularity of Hallowe'en is growing in this country and it can be a time of fun for children.
  • As his fame grows and his popularity spreads, there are many traps lying in wait for him.
  • I said because of his position and his popularity, what is the chance of extending his stay here?

Words that rhyme with popularity

angularity, barbarity, bipolarity, charity, circularity, clarity, complementarity, familiarity, granularity, hilarity, insularity, irregularity, jocularity, linearity, parity, particularity, peculiarity, polarity, regularity, secularity, similarity, singularity, solidarity, subsidiarity, unitarity, vernacularity, vulgarity

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Pronunciation: iˈnäkyo͞oəs
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