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民衆, みんしゅう

  • minshū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • people
  • populace
  • masses

Examples of 民衆,みんしゅう in a Sentence

People everywhere yearn for public leaders dedicated to world peace.
The speaker tried to incite the people to rebellion.
He was bidding for popular support.
Women's Liberation is a broad-based but informal popular movement.
He was always on the people's side.
Having reached the rank of prime minister, and with the enthusiastic support of the masses, it seems he is able to wield presidential powers.
The revolutionary government, while raising troops from the masses and fighting a defensive battle, established a republic and executed Louis XVI.
The people revolted against their rulers.
The people suffered under the cruel tyrant.
People rose in revolt against the King.

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