People synonyms

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All human males; the male sex
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Plural form of folk
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Humankind
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A group of people united or at least characterised by a common interest.
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The common people of a society or region considered as the representatives of a traditional way of life and especially as the originators or carriers of the customs, beliefs, and arts that make up a distinctive culture:
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The fact or quality of being humane; kindness, mercy, sympathy, etc.
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The lowest classes; rabble
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The humbler portions of society
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Government in which the people hold the ruling power either directly or through elected representatives; rule by the ruled
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Person of either sex in a (specified) activity, of a (specified) kind, etc.
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A group sharing a common understanding and often the same language, manners, tradition and law. See civilization.
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(Dial.) Worthless stuff
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Plural form of sibling
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(UK, politics) The House of Commons, part of the parliament of the United Kingdom.
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The people who form the major portion of a group, organization, or society, excluding the leaders and officers.
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(Canada) Shorts or inferior flour.
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To take up or fill up (space, time, etc.)
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A lump or aggregate of coherent material:
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A count of the number of residents within a political or geographical boundary such as a town, a nation or the world.
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A group of persons regarded as forming a single community, esp. as forming a distinct social or economic class
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Citizens considered as a group.
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The status of belonging to a particular nation by birth or naturalization; identification as to national origin
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Plural form of underdog
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So sophisticated as to be at home in all parts of the world or conversant with many spheres of interest:
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All people.
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In or of idiomatic, colloquial, everyday language
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An early form of social group, as in the Scottish Highlands, composed of several families claiming descent from a common ancestor, bearing the same family name, and following the same chieftain
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The definition of commonality is having something in common.
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Plural form of commoner
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(Medicine) Epidemic over a wide geographical area and affecting a large proportion of the population.
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(Plural only) The total population.
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A person, usually male, with duties or skills associated with a specified thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
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A group of people identified as distinct from other groups because of supposed physical or genetic traits shared by the group. Most biologists and anthropologists do not recognize race as a biologically valid classification, in part because there is more genetic variation within groups than between them.
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(Countable) A father, mother and their sons and daughters; also called nuclear family.
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Vulgar, coarse, or common
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The common people as opposed to the upper classes.
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Persons as an organized body
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A group of related persons, as a clan or tribe.
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People of a church who are not ordained clergy or clerics.
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The definition of a menagerie is an odd or eclectic assortment of things, or a collection of animals that are kept to be exhibited.
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The quality or state of being numerous, or many
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The government of a sovereign state.
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Plural form of person; used to refer to them individually, rather than as a group. Contrast people.
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Plural form of plebeian
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Plural form of pleb
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Populace is the group of people living in a particular area or location.
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Persons as an organized body
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(History) In ancient Rome, the lowest class of citizens, who had no property.
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(Archaic) A public house; an inn.
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Any of various similar tools or mechanically operated devices used in roasting or refining furnaces.
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Plural form of relation
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Plural form of relative
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Any great number of things massed or considered together; multitude
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To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
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The common people; the masses. (Used with or without the definite article.)
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Family
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Plural form of kinsman
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(Informal) A person of some consideration or standing.
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Of or referring to social outcasts.
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The definition of popular is widely liked or well known.
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Plural form of citizen
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(Historical, Ancient Greece) the ordinary citizens of an ancient Greek city-state
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The geographic area encompassing an electoral district.
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The scientific name for the only living species of human
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Plural form of inhabitant
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A relation, typically by blood; sometimes used to refer to relations by marriage or adoption.
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A god once worshipped in the western interior parts of Anatolia, and associated with lunar symbolism.
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The definition of animals are members of the kingdom Animalia and are generally characterized by having a multicellular body, quick movement, specialized sense organs and the ability to get and digest food.
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Plural form of plant
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A remedy intended for a particular ailment or disorder.
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A group of this kind having recognized ancestry
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Of or relating to a group of people having common racial, national, religious or cultural origins.
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Of, relating to, or characteristic of the proletariat.
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That can be used for a great many or all kinds, forms, sizes, etc.; highly adaptable
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Persons as an organized body
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The descendants of a common ancestor; a family line, especially of a specified character:
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(Person, proper) An ordinary or average citizen, esp. of the U.S.
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Find another word for people. In this page you can discover 112 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for people, like: mankind, folks, the human race, crowd, folk, humanity, ragtag, riffraff; rag, democracy, bourgeoisie (French) and person.