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  • SIEGEL: Proof that words that may not be common, but aren't vappous either, just might prove plebicolar in the end.

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  • adjective: courting or appealing to the common people

    "He profited from his plebicolar demeanour, and avoided the fate of many other nobles."

    November 6, 2017

  • JM has let some plebicolar policies get him hot under his collar – must remedy this immediately.

    May 2, 2009