The effort now being made to popularise the international language “Esperanto” is one such commencement.
It will be a shame if you do not popularise your researches.
But having failed to popularise boycott, Mohani Saheb has accepted Swadeshi as the lesser good.
In short, she could popularise, while she could neither discover nor invent….
He did much to popularise the love of poetry and literature in general among his fellow-countrymen.
Ruskin did but popularise Carpaccio, and buy and sell Turner.
Volney appears to have been one of the first to popularise many of Spinoza's Biblical criticisms.
In that case the husband is expected to hawk the Khaddar from door to door and popularise it.
It does not pretend to popularise studies which are yet in their infancy.
World's Fairs, in showing perfect specimens, popularise particular skins.