popularity — “From open haunts and,” HENRY V., i. 1. 59. “Popularity, that is, plebeian intercourse; an unusual sense of the word; though perhaps the same idea was meant to be communicated by it in 1 Henry IV. [iii. 2. 69], where King Richard II. is represented as having ‘Enfeoff'd himself to popularity’” (STEEVENS) .
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