plebeian


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Synonyms for plebeian

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Synonyms for plebeian

of or associated with the great masses of people

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In exploring the evolution of this society, her particular focus is on the changing patterns of plebeian credit and the parallel development of consumerism, the beginnings of a culture of savings and the growth of systems of family accounting, and the existence and use of alternative currencies within household and market.
The Plebeian Republic constituye sin lugar a dudas el mejor estudio que se ha hecho de un singular movimiento realista: el que se llevo a cabo contra la naciente republica peruana desde las alturas de la provincia de Huanta, en el departamento de Ayacucho, entre 1826 1828.
This Romantic child does finally make its appearance in the book's Conclusion, and O'Malley provides an excellent analysis of Blake, whose "connection between children and plebeians was one loaded with the potential for revolutionary change" (128), but he dismisses this as an aberration.
The 11 collected essays treat the movement of "crops and techniques of cultivation, rumors, radical plebeian ideas, workers, sailors, and prisoners" in spreading political and social ideas throughout this wide area over the several centuries.
The containers, which have a very nice logo, are made of PVC plastic and otherwise plebeian.
Remember the grisly version of Cinderella where the ugly stepsisters cut off their own toes to try to fit their plebeian feet in the tiny glass slipper?
In order to differentiate the CTS-V from its more plebeian brothers, Cadillac added unique front and rear fascias made of thin-wall TPO, with the front sporting a thermoformed polyethylene aerodynamic tray and a stainless steel mesh lower intake piece that matches the grille.
From my plebeian perch in rural Mississippi, I have observed the actions of this administration with a kind of detached concern.
The Lab'ring Muses: Work, Writing, and the Social Order in English Plebeian Poetry, 1730-1830.
Our line of organic Oat Cakes retail at three times the price of more plebeian products.
Even the life of Caesar is less exemplary to us than our own; a life whether imperial or plebeian is always a life affected by everything that can happen to a man ...
This mingling of elite with plebeian invokes the contemporary portrayals of shoemakers fraternizing with kings.
Tim Jackson, author of Inside Intel, has suggested that Intel's penchant for slogans and secrecy smack of totalitarianism, but Grove, a graduate of the very plebeian City College of New York, holds the opposite view.
In Shakespeare's play, Puck said "What fools these mortals be!" But if Wolfgang Puck had a signature line, it might run: "What foods these morsels be!" He's always taken good cooking seriously -- it was because French restaurant Ma Maison owner Patrick Terrail wanted him to serve plebeian soft-boiled eggs to folk singer Cat Stevens that he threw raw eggs at Terrail.
plebeian pretensions an editor snorts: my muses aren't up to snuff.