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  • verb Present participle of plebeianize.


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  • Dangerous and democratic, too, must have appeared the new art, which, by plebeianizing knowledge and enlightening the mass, deprived the law and the prophets of half their terrors, and disrobed priestcraft and kingcraft of their mystery.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 339, January, 1844

  • Republic, until Jefferson began his steady and successful system of plebeianizing the country.

    The Conqueror


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