Common misspellings for popular:
pappilary, popuar, purpural, pecculiar, populaer, porpusly, pollar, populus, popuri, populos, pupilary, popoular, peopl, pariular, popylar, pepul, populre, peculir, poppular, percular, biopolar, popluar, popuraly, populair, populas, peoplw, popualar, peuple, porperlty, parwcular, peopale, peoppl, poplic, populis, poplular, populairty, pooular, doplar, pople, pitular, popluor, poupori, pecular, poplor, poupler, proplay, populor, paople, populat, poepel, bothpopular, perpul, pular, polular, popuplar, papuler, porpular, peouple, popurlar, peoplr, peplae, popul, populte, populary, propellar, popularty, perculiar, popualer, porpaply, populaire, popeol, spopular, populer, polpular, populkar, populice, pupul, peoplo, poplaur, pecuilar, parcular, pitpull, popullar, popple, pepoul, populatio, popual, peopleor, cpouple, pppular, popluer, ppopular, popuarly, ppular, percuilar, pertiular, porperly, poppuler, popel, popluate, populouse, popula, pacular, populuar, pwoplw, pouular, peoplor, partular, peopleare, populase, popural, popualr, popules, populartiy, popultae, percuiliar, opoular, populars, popularr, pipolar, poperly, pupler, poupulor, pacuilar, propular, picular, partiular, populare, peopli, peopil, populariy, populra, poputlar, populr, pequliar, pequiliar, toplay, popele, poposal, populers, pipular, popilar, opular, populater, peculuar, populion, popuylar, apopular, poepl, popole, poular, peopkle, populaur, popouri, pouplar, ppoelple, populaion, poupular, pupular, poplour, populur, peoplehear, populart, populs, piculiar, pecuiliar, poaple, pupulate, peoply, poopular, peopla, unpopuler, poluar, populure, paculiar, populour, populess, potpurri, popcile, peopler, populaity, poplualr, peopol, peopklee, peoplue, pepplo, pupolar, popupar, poplulace, popolar, poupulate, populu, powerplay, prplamo, popofol, pupuil, pupura, oopular, lopular, 0opular, pkpular, plpular, p0pular, p9pular, po-ular, po0ular, pophlar, popjlar, pop8lar, pop7lar, popukar, popuoar, populzr, populsr, populwr, populqr, populad, populaf, popula5, popula4, opopular, lpopular, plopular, -popular, p-opular, 0popular, p0opular, piopular, poipular, pkopular, pokpular, po0pular, p9opular, po9pular, po-pular, pop-ular, pop0ular, popyular, pophular, popuhlar, popjular, popujlar, popiular, popuilar, pop8ular, popu8lar, pop7ular, popu7lar, popuklar, populpar, popuolar, populoar, populzar, populazr, populsar, populasr, populwar, populawr, populqar, populaqr, populadr, populard, populafr, popularf, populatr, popula5r, popular5, popula4r, popular4, oppular, ppoular, popuular, populaar, topular, ropular, qopular, pgpular, pmpular, pnpular, poxular, potular, porular, poqular, pop5lar, popelar, popqlar, popwlar, poptlar, popudar, popuhar, popunar, popumar, populir, populcr, popula2, populab, populaz, populav, populap, popu lar, popul ar, popula r.
Definition of popular:
- comprehensible to the general public; " written for the popular press in plain nontechnical language"
- ( of music or art) new and of general appeal ( especially among young people)
- regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public; " a popular tourist attraction"; " a popular girl"; " cabbage patch dolls are no longer popular"
- carried on by or for the people ( or citizens) at large; " the popular vote"; " popular representation"; " institutions of popular government"
- Of or pertaining to the common people, or to the whole body of the people, as distinguished from a select portion; as, the popular voice; popular elections.
- Suitable to common people; easy to be comprehended; not abstruse; familiar; plain.
- Adapted to the means of the common people; possessed or obtainable by the many; hence, cheap; common; ordinary; inferior; as, popular prices; popular amusements.
- Beloved or approved by the people; pleasing to people in general, or to many people; as, a popular preacher; a popular law; a popular administration.
- Devoted to the common people; studious of the favor of the populace.
- Pertaining to, suitable for, or pleasing to, the common people; easily understood; familiar; as, popular music; held in favor by large numbers of people.
- Pertaining to the people: pleasing to or prevailing among the people: easily comprehended: inferior: vulgar.
- Pertaining to the people at large.
- Widely trusted or admired.
- Suitable to the common people.
- Prevalent among the people.
- Pertaining to the common people; suitable to common people; easily comprehensible; plain; familiar; pleasing to the people; extensively prevalent.
- Pert. to the common people or to the public; suitable or pleasing to the public in general; plain; easily comprehended.