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popular culture

noun
1.
cultural activities or commercial products reflecting, suited to, or aimed at the tastes of the general masses of people.
Also called pop culture.
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Examples for pop culture
  • But we're also proud to count pop culture icons among our readers.
  • Inside, the walls are papered with pages from a pop culture magazine.
  • Probing satire and whimsical musings by a leading cultural critic, with valuable insights into the city's pop culture.
  • They now permeate pop culture, movies and advertising.
  • First there is the pop culture aspect of what the rich and famous find endearing, and why.
  • It's not surprising that courses on pop culture are themselves some of the more popular college courses nationwide.
  • Finally, a thread that's not devoted to whining and pop culture.
  • Banished from academe and organized religion, the paranormal has found sanctuary in pop culture.
  • He finds dazzling sentences popping out of pop culture too.
  • But emphasis on pop culture is certainly not appropriate.
Contemporary definitions for pop culture
noun

See popular culture

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