GNU Webster's 1913
- n. openly; before an audience or the people at large; not in private or secrecy.
- adv. in a manner accessible to or observable by the public; openly.
“Kuran and Sunstein defined the term as a “self-reinforcing process of collective belief formation by which an expressed perception triggers a chain reaction that gives the perception increasing plausibility through its rising availability in public discourse.””
“The khedive was haggling in public with a rebellious colonel.”
“A dispensation from "Disparity of Worship" includes one in public decency, where the baptized party requires such.”
“For years, AAPS officials worked with Philip Morris on a junk science campaign attacking indoor smoking bans; as recently as the fall of 2009, it claimed cigarette taxes actually led to a “deterioration in public health.””
“Feltsman, who is Jewish, had stated in public that he wanted to emigrate to Israel.”
“Seks, blunt and sibilant, so rarely used in public that it sounds like a curse.”
“It remained a hidden imperfection, like the middle finger of his left hand, mutilated in a shooting accident, and always covered in public by gloves, hats, and tailored leather fingerstalls.10”
“Labourers and such public employees as hospital attendants, sextons, and others were kept at public cost, and the private fields of draymen and ferrymen, shepherds and others, who were engaged in public service, were tilled by others for their benefit.”
“The daily routine, marked by the ringing of the bell, the strict segregation of the sexes in public community life demanded by the jus indicum, together with a prudent system of surveillance demanded by the commingling of older”
“He and his scruffy band of followers held that life should be conducted in accordance with nature to the point of performing bodily functions in public like dogs hence the term cynic, from the Greek word for dog.”
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