Definitions

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  • noun An entertainment that is generally popular
  • noun An entertainer who is generally popular.

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Examples

  • Gotham legiters generally agree that new tuner "The Addams Family" has the potential to become the large-scale, brand-name crowdpleaser of the Broadway season, especially now that

    Variety.com

  • Gotham legiters generally agree that new tuner "The Addams Family" has the potential to become the large-scale, brand-name crowdpleaser of the Broadway season, especially now that

    Variety.com

  • Gotham legiters generally agree that new tuner "The Addams Family" has the potential to become the large-scale, brand-name crowdpleaser of the Broadway season, especially now that

    Variety.com

  • Super is by no means a perfect film, and has received more mixed reviews here than all-out raves, but it's a twisted and dark kind of crowdpleaser with a lot to offer to anyone who thought

    Cinema Blend Feeds

  • One could also argue that the film's real star isn't Rogen, but Chou, and the importance of an Asian actor co-starring in a mega-budget American crowdpleaser should not be overlooked.

    Jonathan Kim: Why The Green Hornet's Kato Matters

  • One could also argue that the film's real star isn't Rogen, but Chou, and the importance of an Asian actor co-starring in a mega-budget American crowdpleaser should not be overlooked.

    Jonathan Kim: Why The Green Hornet's Kato Matters

  • A maximum would have been a crowdpleaser and Trump likes to please but Higgins made him pay for his inappropriate ambition.

    Judd Trump has overnight lead over John Higgins in World Championship

  • Variety calls it a "genuine crowdpleaser" with "much to praise," though very much a first effort.

    Michael Giltz: Heartbeats and the Rise of Xavier Dolan

  • The film's real star in The Green Hornet isn't Rogen, but Chou, and the importance of an Asian actor co-starring in a mega-budget American crowdpleaser should not be overlooked.

    Jonathan Kim: Why The Green Hornet's Kato Matters

  • The film s real star in The Green Hornet isn t Rogen, but Chou, and the importance of an Asian actor co-starring in a mega-budget American crowdpleaser should not be overlooked.

    Jonathan Kim: Why The Green Hornet's Kato Matters

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